Programming Pro-95

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gmclam

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No.

There are some possible workarounds, but they are nowhere near ideal. You could use a program that does do the importing, like WIN97, then have to save to some intermediate program like Excel. From Excel you could paste into WIN95. Too much effort for the small gain.

If you're only monitoring conventional channels, and a lot of them, the above could save time. Any trunked systems and .. lots of work to make it successful.
 

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That's not the exact procedure I was referring to. Mine is a bit more complex and expensive as it would require someone to have WIN97 just to do the importing. Then use Excel to convert from WIN97 to WIN95 format.

With the procedure linked to, the user cuts and pastes data from the web site. You can do that without Excel, but Excel does make the process smoother.
 

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Is it possible to use (import) the RadioReference frequency files into the Win95 program software. Thanks KC0WNY
No. Just go to the database, choose just what you want, then copy and paste it into WIN95.
 
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