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Programming TK-790

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lrcrabtree

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Greetings:
I'm programming a TK-790 (non-fire service model). I have the program load in a spreadsheet and would like to just 'import' it into the KPG-44DN software, but can't find a way to do that. Is there any way to import or open a spreadsheet or other file, except for the KPG-44DN native file, so that I can save myself hours of cell-by-cell entry and the potential mistakes that come with that? I know how to get the information from the application into a spreadsheet, but I cannot find a way to go the other way around?
Larry
 
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