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Re: 60CS Waypoints.

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  • Lowracer
    Hi Kevin, On the center of page 13 in the manual, you will find a paragraph titled Turning Declutter On/Off. I believe that is what you need. I recommend
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 3, 2004
      Hi Kevin,

      On the center of page 13 in the manual, you will find a paragraph titled 'Turning Declutter
      On/Off.' I believe that is what you need. I recommend sitting down in a nice comfy chair
      when you have some quiet time to concentrate, and work through every paragraph in the
      manual, exploring and playing with every option. Garmins are packed with features and
      though you may not use all of them, working through each and every page is a great (and
      fun) way to become familiar with your new machine, especially if you've formerly used a
      competing brand. Enjoy!

      -mark.

      --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Dytrich" <lkd53@a...> wrote:
      > I can't figure out how to hide waypoints on the map page without
      > actually deleting them. Is this even possible? There are so many
      > caches in certain areas that I can't view the roads.
    • mpain@swbell.net
      I bought my first MAC (512E - for those in the know) used. All I got for the first two weeks was the manuals. I read them from cover to cover since they were
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 3, 2004
        I bought my first MAC (512E - for those in the know) used. All I got for
        the first two weeks was the manuals. I read them from cover to cover since
        they were the closest thing I had to my new computer. It was the best
        exercise I've ever done. I kinda miss manuals - well, OK, not really.

        ALSO: I saw the 60CS for the first time last night! YOW! I'm hooked. What a
        great display. For all the others, like myself, who didn't know what all
        the hoopla was about, CAUTION----DO NOT look at one of those puppies.
        YOW!!!! Very cool!

        The display was nice and bright - good for my 50 year old eyes- and it
        seems to have enough features to satisfy anyone. Though I don't think Trey
        had purchased the optional $5.00 attachment that does your dishes. Perhaps
        later.



        Original Message:
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        From: Lowracer lowracer@...
        Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 12:40:29 -0000
        To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: 60CS Waypoints.


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        <tt>
        Hi Kevin, <BR>
        <BR>
        On the center of page 13 in the manual, you will find a paragraph titled
        'Turning Declutter <BR>
        On/Off.'  I believe that is what you need.  I recommend sitting down in a
        nice comfy chair <BR>
        when you have some quiet time to concentrate, and work through every
        paragraph in the <BR>
        manual, exploring and playing with every option.  Garmins are packed with
        features and <BR>
        though you may not use all of them, working through each and every page is
        a great (and <BR>
        fun) way to become familiar with your new machine, especially if you've
        formerly used a <BR>
        competing brand.  Enjoy!<BR>
        <BR>
        -mark.<BR>
        <BR>
        --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Dytrich" <lkd53@a...>
        wrote:<BR>
        > I can't figure out how to hide waypoints on the map page without<BR>
        > actually deleting them. Is this even possible? There are so many<BR>
        > caches in certain areas that I can't view the roads.<BR>
        <BR>
        </tt>


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