Making multiple QSOs show up on a single card on records


Chuck, WS1L
 

I just did my first on-line DXCC application and will be taking the cards
to a local checker this weekend. It was very easy and I only had 14 QSOs
so it was overkill to have DXKeeper make an ADIF to upload, but I wanted to
try it out.

I had 3 QSO's on one card, and the ADIF showed them all in different places
in the list. Where (in DXKeeper) and when (in the process of recording
incoming cards) and how should I tell DXKeeper that a QSO I have just
marked as 'Confirmed' is to be paired with another QSO, i.e. that they are
all on one card and therefore should be grouped together in my card
submission list and ADIF?

73 de Chuck, WS1L

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Chuck Chandler
chandlerusm@gmail.com
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Joe Subich, W4TV
 

Where (in DXKeeper) and when (in the process of recording incoming
cards) and how should I tell DXKeeper that a QSO I have just marked
as 'Confirmed' is to be paired with another QSO, i.e. that they are
all on one card and therefore should be grouped together in my card
submission list and ADIF?
QSL # in the QSL panel ... I generally assign a number when I receive
the card (mark the QSO confirmed). Obviously, one assigns the same
number to all QSOs on the single card.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 4/25/2012 9:58 PM, Chuck Chandler wrote:
I just did my first on-line DXCC application and will be taking the cards
to a local checker this weekend. It was very easy and I only had 14 QSOs
so it was overkill to have DXKeeper make an ADIF to upload, but I wanted to
try it out.

I had 3 QSO's on one card, and the ADIF showed them all in different places
in the list. Where (in DXKeeper) and when (in the process of recording
incoming cards) and how should I tell DXKeeper that a QSO I have just
marked as 'Confirmed' is to be paired with another QSO, i.e. that they are
all on one card and therefore should be grouped together in my card
submission list and ADIF?

73 de Chuck, WS1L


Dave AA6YQ
 

Instructions consistent with Joe W4TV's recommendation below can be found in
step 5 of "Generating a QSL Card Submission" in

<http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GenerateSubmission>

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

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Joe Subich, W4TV
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 10:16 PM
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Subject: Re: [dxlab] Making multiple QSOs show up on a single card on
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Where (in DXKeeper) and when (in the process of recording incoming
cards) and how should I tell DXKeeper that a QSO I have just marked
as 'Confirmed' is to be paired with another QSO, i.e. that they are
all on one card and therefore should be grouped together in my card
submission list and ADIF?
QSL # in the QSL panel ... I generally assign a number when I receive
the card (mark the QSO confirmed). Obviously, one assigns the same
number to all QSOs on the single card.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 4/25/2012 9:58 PM, Chuck Chandler wrote:
I just did my first on-line DXCC application and will be taking the cards
to a local checker this weekend. It was very easy and I only had 14 QSOs
so it was overkill to have DXKeeper make an ADIF to upload, but I wanted
to
try it out.

I had 3 QSO's on one card, and the ADIF showed them all in different
places
in the list. Where (in DXKeeper) and when (in the process of recording
incoming cards) and how should I tell DXKeeper that a QSO I have just
marked as 'Confirmed' is to be paired with another QSO, i.e. that they are
all on one card and therefore should be grouped together in my card
submission list and ADIF?

73 de Chuck, WS1L

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