While I've not run the application, the site states the following:
"Once you have keyed in the data, the spreadsheet will create an ADIF
file from that data. You can then either import it into a full-featured
logging program or directly upload it to LoTW."
Redacted from the .doc file:
Once you have saved the Excel file, click on the ADIF tab at the bottom
of Excel to view the ADIF Worksheet.Now go to*File | Save As*on the menu
bar and select the location you want to save to and give the file a name
that is enclosed in quotes (one double-quote on each end of the
filename) and with an "ADI" file extension inside the quotes.The
Filename you are /Saving As/ should look something like this, including
I don't think you have to have any expertise with Excel files, Mike.
Merely follow the instructions and import to HRD. I would imagine that
a comments column could be added but it would have to be crafted to
follow adif guidelines.
Remember - this is a quick and dirty method of creating an adif file to
be imported to HRD.
Jon Pearl - W4ABC
On 3/15/2013 2:04 PM, kingmike2you wrote:
> John, I will definitely take all of this under consideration, it may be the easiest way to go. What I'm not sure about is how you upload the saved file to HRD? You have to understand, I have only very basic experience with Excel.
> Also, could a comments column be added to the spreadsheet which would also merge into HRD when you would import it? What I don't know is, how do you identify any created column, so HRD recognizes and places it where it should go.
> Boy, a youtube video would come in handy here!
> Thanks a bunch for your help, it is greatly appreciated and 73,
> That's King Mike 2 You!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jon Pearl - W4ABC <jonpearl@...> wrote:
>> Hi Mike.
>> If you're looking for a quick and dirty method to convert paper logs
>> with as few keystrokes as possible that can later be uploaded to HRD,
>> take a look here:
>> Jump down to the second link:
>> *BasicLog v1.0 Spreadsheet & Instructions ZIP file
>> Jon Pearl - W4ABC
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