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Has anyone had experience working with RayTech Planner and Navionics Multi-Card Reader, creating waypoints and routes and downloading these to a C80? I am specifically intersted in the process of transfering Route and Waypoints to the C80 and how easy or difficult you found it?
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Since noone gave you an answer, I thought I"d take a shot at it for you. Let me know how you make out. Smooth sailing!!

Importing all waypoints & routes from a C/E-Series Multifunction Display into RayTech Planner / RNS 6.0:

On the Multifunction Display, perform the following:
a) place a SanDisk brand CF memory card into the chart card reader of your Multifunction Display
b) press the DATA button
c) press the ARCHIVE AND TRANSFER softkey
d) press the SAVE TO CARD softkey
e) press the SAVE ALL softkey
f) after the display acknowledges that the save operation has completed, press the OK button until all dialogs are closed
g) press the MENU button
h) use the trackpad to highlight REMOVE CF CARD and then press the right arrow on the trackpad
i) remove the CF memory card
j) press the OK button until all dialogs are closed

On the PC running RayTech Planner / RNS 6.0, perform the following:
a) place the CF memory card containing your waypoints and routes into the CF memory card reader/writer connected to your PC
b) click on the File top menu item within the RayTech Planner / RNS 6.0 program
c) click on the Import/Export Routes and Waypoints File dropdown menu item
d) within the Import/Export Routes and Waypoints dialog, click on the Import Routes and Waypoints radio button then click on the Next button
e) within the Import Routes and Waypoints dialog, click on the Import from Removable Card radio button then click on the Next button
f) within the Import Routes and Waypoints to Removable Card dialog, click on the Import from C/E-Series or A65 Card radio button then click on the Next button
g) when the Import Successful alert dialog is displayed, click the OK button
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