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TK-780 Groups in KPD-49D

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Kenwood buffs: is there a way I can change the order of groups that I have set up currently? For example: I would like to insert a new group between groups 1 and 2, similar to how you can move a zone in Motorola CPS.
 

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you can copy & paste an entire groups worth of entries into a new group by highlighting the entire entry by selecting all the rows in the table, and then right clicking on the index column and then selecting COPY --> PASTE (on new sheet).

It's not glamorous, but it allows you to move an entire group at once. If you created a duplicate on the very next sheet, and then deleted & recreated the sheet on the original...you'd have your end result.
 

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you can copy & paste an entire groups worth of entries into a new group by highlighting the entire entry by selecting all the rows in the table, and then right clicking on the index column and then selecting COPY --> PASTE (on new sheet).

It's not glamorous, but it allows you to move an entire group at once. If you created a duplicate on the very next sheet, and then deleted & recreated the sheet on the original...you'd have your end result.
This works but I find it cancels out scan settings so make sure you set up the channels you want scanned again.
 
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