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KE5YOU

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I have been programming my new NX-300 and found on a few occasions that I would be helpful to move an entire block of frequencies up or down in the line-up so to speak. However I have not found a convient way to do that in the software. Seeing as this portion of the software operates much like a spreadsheet I'm sure this funtion could be achieved rather easily, I just don't see how.
 

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If you find out let me know. Cutting and pasting is a real pain in the rear. But I haven't found any other way. I think if you leave it blank it doesn't show up on the channel assignment, but I haven't tried it.
 

evfd1625

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If you find out let me know. Cutting and pasting is a real pain in the rear. But I haven't found any other way. I think if you leave it blank it doesn't show up on the channel assignment, but I haven't tried it.
 

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I just highlight all the channels that I want, Right click, hit copy and then paste in the first channel I'm moving the list to. Easy.
 
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