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Change Data Fields —
This option allow you to select the type of data you want
displayed in the data ﬁ elds. To change a data type, place the highlight over
the desired data ﬁ eld, then press ENTER. Using the ROCKER, scroll through
the available selections. With the data type highlighted, press ENTER to
accept the selection.
Setup Highway —
This option contains the Highway Setup features. The
features are arranged on a tab menu making it easy to locate the different
setup items. To select an option from a Menu Tab, highlight the desired
selection then press ENTER.
Setup Highway — ‘Line’ TabThe ‘Line’ Tab contains the On/Off settings for Active Leg, Active Route, Track
Log and Saved Tracks. To change a setting, highlight the appropriate ﬁ eld
then press ENTER. Make your new selection, then press ENTER to accept
the selection.Active Leg —
If ‘Off ’ is selected, the Active Leg of the Graphic Highway will
not be displayed.
Active Route —
If ‘Off ’ is selected, the Graphic Highway will not be displayed.
Track Log —
If ‘Off ’ is selected, the Track Log will not be displayed.
Saved Tracks —
If ‘Off ’ is selected, Saved Tracks will not be displayed.
Setup Highway — ‘Waypoint’ TabThe ‘Waypoint’ Tab contains the On/Off settings for Next, Route, and Other.
To change a setting, highlight the appropriate ﬁ eld then press ENTER. Make
your new selection, then press ENTER to accept the selection.
Setup Highway PageHighway PageHighway Page Options
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This setting determines if the next waypoint in a Route will be
displayed. If ‘On’ is selected, you will see the next waypoint in the Route. If
‘On’ is selected and the Route option is set to ‘Off ’, only the Next Waypoint
in the Route will be displayed.
This setting determines if the waypoints in a Route will be displayed.
If this selection is set to ‘Off ’, Route Waypoints will not be on the Graphic
This setting determines if nearby waypoints are displayed.
Main Menu Page
The Main Menu Page contains settings and features that are not on the Main
Pages. The Main Menu can be accessed from any of the Main Pages by pressing
To select an item on the Main Menu, place the highlight over the menu item
then press ENTER.
The Trip Computer has eight data ﬁ elds: Trip Odom, Stopped Time, Moving
Avg, Moving Time, Overall Avg, Total Time, Max Speed, and Odometer. Trip Odom —
The Trip Odometer ﬁ eld will display the total distance traveled
since the Trip Computer was last reset.
Stopped Time —
The Stopped Time ﬁ eld will display the total time that the
unit was not moving since the Trip Computer was last reset.
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Moving Avg —
The Moving Average (Speed) ﬁ eld will display an average speed
based on the time the unit was in motion since the Trip Computer was last
Moving Time —
The Moving Time ﬁ eld will display the total time the unit was
in motion since the Trip Computer was last reset.
Overall Avg —
The Overall Average (Speed) ﬁ eld will display the average speed
of the unit since the Trip Computer was last reset.
Total Time —
The Total Time ﬁ eld will display the Total Time that the unit has
been turned on since the Trip Computer was last reset.
Max Speed —
The Maximum Speed ﬁ eld will display the maximum speed the
unit traveled since the Trip Computer was last reset.
Will display the total distance traveled since it was last reset.
Trip Computer Options
To access the Trip Computer Options, with the Trip Computer displayed,
press the MENU Key. To select an option, highlight the desired option then
press ENTER.Reset Trip —
This option will reset all data ﬁ elds except max speed and
odometer to zero.
Reset Max Speed —
This option will reset the Max Speed data ﬁ eld to zero.
Reset Odometer —
This option will reset the Odometer data ﬁ eld to zero.
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The Tracks Page displays the amount of Track Memory used, will allow you to
‘Save’ or ‘Clear’ the current Track Log, and displays a list of any Saved Tracks. Save —
When you select ‘Save’ you can choose how far back in the log
you wish to save. Select the appropriate choice, press ENTER to save the
The ‘Clear’ Button will allow you to clear the Track Log. If the Map
Page is becoming cluttered from all of your tracks, clearing the Track Log
will clean up the map.
Track Page Options
To access the Track Options, with the Tracks Page displayed, press the
MENU Key.Delete Saved Track —
If you have saved tracks, this option will allow you to
delete the saved track.
Delete All Tracks —
This option will delete all saved tracks.
Setup Track Log —
This selection displays the Track Log Setup menu. This
menu contains options for Track Recording, Record Method, and Interval.
• Record — ‘Off ’, ‘Wrap When Full’ or ‘Stop When Full’. If ‘Wrap When
Full’ is selected, when track memory is full, the oldest track
point will be deleted and a new point added at the end.
• Record Method — Can be set to ‘Auto’, ‘Time’ or ‘Distance’.
• Interval — is used to select or enter an interval for the Record Method.
Tracks Page Options
Main Menu — Tracks Page
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Track Information Page
To access information on a Saved Track, highlight the desired track then press
ENTER. This will display the Track Information Page.
The Track Information Page contains data ﬁ elds for the Name, Distance, and
Points. There are four Option Buttons along the bottom of the page. Name —
this ﬁ eld will allow you to change the Saved Track Name. When
tracks are saved the GPS 76 will use a date as the default track name.
shows the total distance of the Saved Track.
shows the number of track log points in the Saved Track.
— shows the area enclosed by the saved track. If the track crosses over
itself, this value may be inaccurate.
Show on Map and Highway
— when checked, will allow a Saved Track to be
displayed on the Map and Highway Pages.
Delete Button —
if the ‘Delete’ Button is selected, you will be prompted to
verify you want to delete the Saved Track.
TracBack Button —
will initiate TracBack Navigation. TracBack Navigation uses
Track Points in a saved track to automatically create a route. You will have the
option of navigating the route in the ‘Original’ or ‘Reverse’ direction.
Map Button —
will display the Saved Track on the Map Page.
OK Button —
saves any changes and returns the display to the Tracks Page.
The Points Page allow you to select Waypoints, Points of Interest, Cities, Exits,
Addresses, and Intersections using your current location or a location on the map.
To select a Point item, highlight the desired selection then press ENTER.
Track Information Page
If you know that you are going to want to use the
TracBack feature for a return trip, clear the Track Log
before you start the trip. This will ensure that you are
only navigating along the most recent Track.
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