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Sequence for saving a trail and beginning a new one. At left, My Trails
command. Center, the Trails Menu. The arrow to the right of Trail 14
indicates the trail is "active," and the check to the left indicates the
trail is visible on the map display. The right figure shows the Edit
Trail menu, with the Active command selected.
2. Press ↓ to the Active Trail Name|
3. Press ↓ to
. This unchecks the Active option.
4. To return to the previous page, press
. As you
left the Edit Trail menu, you will notice that a new trail was started
with a new sequential number. In the example figure below, the new
trail is number 15, showing zero points. Note that Trail 14 is inactive,
but it is still visible on the map.
New trail, named "Trail 15," is created when Trail 14 is made inactive.
Any new travel will be recorded in this trail, which is active and visi-
ble. Trails do not need to be visible in order to be active.
You can save and recall up to 10 different plot trails, which can also be
copied to your MMC for archiving or for transfer to your MapCreate