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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 8, 2017 6:31:57 AM(UTC)
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since the arrl has many variants of their WAS award: by band, by mode, by band/mode combo ..... it would be helpful it Logic had the capability of producing reports consistent with the ARRL award schedule. for example, now, if i want to know where i stand vis a vis worked/confirmed for 20m jt65 - i have to do it by hand (excel). the "data" choice available now in the progress list is not particularly helpful.

has anybody written a "prg" to do this within Logic?

dennis, thanks for your continued support.
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 8, 2017 7:37:41 AM(UTC)
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if i want to know where i stand vis a vis worked/confirmed for 20m jt65 - i have to do it by hand (excel).
Unless I'm missing something, all you need to do is add a JT65 subaward to the award in question DXCC, State, or whatever. Just say

MODE="JT65 "

for the select criteria. Now ALL of LOGic's awards tracking facilities -- onscreen displays and reports -- will now have a JT65 option.

Search LOGic's help for SUBAWARD.

Another way to do it that requires no setup is to use the INITIAL SELECT CRITERIA of the Awards report. For the initial select criteria, just enter MODE="JT65 "

Let me know if this isn't what you want!

Thanks/73,

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