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    Edid/shorten garmin routs

    I've done the usual, Google search and searched on here but can't find the info I need so please don't shoot me if this has been covered and I have missed it.

    I've got a zumo 660. I created a route from the track of two days riding on the zumo. I want to make the one route into two, day1 and day2. I've tried on the computer and can't do it. I know it's because I'm thick but please HEEEEELP!

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    The assumption that the rest of us on here are not as thick as you, I fear, is flawed.

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    I've moved the thread into the GPS section where there is lots of info about Zumos and computer software to manage routes etc.

    What computer software are you using?
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    Why not insert a via point at the start of the second days ride.
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    What I have done.....
    (warning )
    Create a waypoint/via point, at end of day 1 and start of day two
    Then copy the route and name second one - Day two..
    Then delete the point AFTER the stop on day one (route day 1)and before the start of day two(route day 2)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smug View Post
    Why not insert a via point at the start of the second days ride.
    tried that but the button to add way point is greyed out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    I've moved the thread into the GPS section where there is lots of info about Zumos and computer software to manage routes etc.

    What computer software are you using?
    Windows and base camp

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    Sorry yes

    I do mean in Basecamp!
    Quote Originally Posted by newboy View Post
    What I have done.....
    (warning )
    Create a waypoint/via point, at end of day 1 and start of day two
    Then copy the route and name second one - Day two..
    Then delete the point AFTER the stop on day one (route day 1)and before the start of day two(route day 2)....
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    Highlight your route so that it is editable then in the tools drop down selct divide then decide wher you want to cut the route !
    Once that is done in the LH pane you should see 2 routes that have the same name with a number at the end to distinguish them appart so pick one and copy it to a new list or the like

    hope that helps
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    What redrick said.

    In the older Garmin software, MapSource, you could also join two tracks/routes by Ctrl+select on both and then right-mouse click and select 'join tracks' (or something like that). I assume that you can do the same or similar in Basecamp.
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    Ok Chaps, now sorted with the advice above, thanks. Far more complicated than I would have liked but it's done now

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