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Typing in Distances and such....

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After floundering around trying to enter in bearings for a survey, thru brute force trial and error, I find I can use "D" to enter in degrees for NE bearings. I don't need ALT 176 or something else.


So N 24D 23' 15" E gets correctly entered/accepted/interpreted as N 24° 23' 15"E.


Is there a list of means of entering/typing in data?


If not can folks reply how they enter stuff in so I can generate a list?



Rudy Beuc



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