Re: I Have My GPS!
- YES! That worked - thank you!
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Brent" <banda@...>
> For the most up-to-date streets, you need Garmin's City Navigator.
> To send the maps to the GPS unit, make sure the name of the map is
> selected in the drop-down box, then zoom out until you see all of
> area you want to load. Then click the "map tool" button and eithercorner
> click on each map "tile" that you want to load, or start in one
> and click and drag the mouse until it highlights the entire areayou
> want to load. Then click the "send to device" button, make surea
> "maps" is checked, then send.
> If this is not enough help, you might want to download Garmin's
> tutorial here:
> Good luck!
> --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Bruce Burns"
> <bruce@> wrote:
> > I just received my GPS yesterday and went out last night to find
> > couple of caches in my neighborhood. I found them no problem.I
> > also bought the MapSource 2008 TOPO software (as some of yousuggested
> > I get), loaded it up on my laptop, and was able to figure out howto
> > transfer Geocaching data from my Garmin to the laptop. However,I can
> > not figure out how to put the actual map from MapSource to theGarmin
> > it doesn't seem to want to transfer. Any clue as to what I'm notdoing?
> >is the
> > Also, is there better map software than this TOPO? Though this
> > 2008 version, the streets sure aren't updated. I'd like to get
> > something that has better street layouts.
> > Brucacuda