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• 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 either select or enter an interval for the selected
Track Information PageTo 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 GPSMAP 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.
Show on Map and Highway
— when checked, will allow the 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.
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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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.
When ‘Waypoints’ is selected, a user waypoint list will displayed. This list
can be displayed as ‘Waypoints by Name’, or by ‘Nearest Waypoints’. With the
waypoint list displayed, pressing the MENU Key will display an Options Menu.
Waypoint Options Menu
Find By Name / Find Nearest —
This option allows you to select how the
Waypoint List will be displayed.
Find Nearest —
will display a list containing the nearest waypoints within
a 100 mile radius. The waypoints will be listed with the nearest waypoint
at the top of the list.
Find By Name —
will display a list containing all User Waypoints. You have
the option of entering a waypoint name in the data ﬁ eld or scrolling through
the Waypoint List.
As you enter a waypoint name, the GPSMAP 76 will update the waypoint list
to show waypoint names that coincide with the letters that have been entered.
You can continue to enter the name if you like, or you can press the ENTER
Key and scroll through the list.
Delete Waypoint —
Will delete the selected waypoint.
Delete By Symbol —
Will delete all waypoints having the same symbol as
the selected waypoint.
Delete All —
Will delete all of the user waypoints.
Main Menu — ‘Points’
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There are three methods for creating waypoints in the GPSMAP 76. You can
press the ENTER/MARK key while at a location, you can create a waypoint on
the Map Page, or you can enter coordinates for a waypoint manually. Creating a waypoint using the ENTER/MARK Key —
When at a location that
you want to save, press and hold ENTER/MARK until the Mark Waypoint
Page is displayed. At this point you can edit the waypoint name, symbol,
elevation and depth (see page 42 for information on editing waypoints). To
save the waypoint to memory, highlight the ‘OK’ button and press ENTER.
Creating a waypoint on the Map Page —
Using the ROCKER, move the
Map Pointer to a location on the Map Page that you want to create a waypoint
and press ENTER. If the Map Pointer is not on a Map Feature or Road,
the New Waypoint Page will be displayed. At this point you can edit the
waypoint name, symbol, elevation and depth (see page 42 for information
on editing waypoints). To save the waypoint to memory, highlight the ‘OK’
button and press ENTER.
Creating a waypoint manually using existing coordinates —
Press and hold
ENTER/MARK until the Mark Waypoint Page is displayed. The unit will
capture it’s current location. Highlight the Location Field and press ENTER.
Using the ROCKER, enter the new location. Press ENTER to accept the
change. At this point you can edit the waypoint name, symbol, elevation
and depth (see page 42 for information on editing waypoints). To save the
waypoint to memory, highlight the ‘OK’ button and press ENTER.
When creating a waypoint on the Map Page with the
pointer on a Map Feature, pressing ENTER will display
an information page describing the feature. If you
wish to create a waypoint, from the information page
press MENU and with ‘Save As Waypoint’ selected press
ENTER. The New Waypoint Page will be displayed where
you can edit and save the waypoint.
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You can edit waypoints when they are created or after they have been saved to
memory. There are ﬁ ve items that can be changed, the symbol, name, location,
elevation, depth. You can also choose whether to show the waypoint name on
the Map Page.To edit a saved waypoint —
Press the MENU Key twice to display the Main
Menu. Highlight ‘Points’ and press ENTER, then highlight ‘Waypoints’ and
again. Select the desired waypoint from the list (see page 40
for more information on the waypoint lists) and press ENTER to display the
Waypoint Page. When ﬁ nished, highlight the ‘OK’ button and press ENTER
to accept the changes.
Selecting a symbol —
Place the highlight on the symbol ﬁ eld and press
ENTER. Using the ROCKER, select a symbol from the list and press
ENTER. The selected symbol will be displayed at the waypoint location on
the Map Page.
Changing the Name —
Place the highlight over the name ﬁ eld and press
ENTER. Using the ROCKER (up/down) scroll through the alpha-numeric
list and make a selection. To move the the next placeholder press the
ROCKER to the right. When ﬁ nished, press ENTER to accept the changes.
Changing the Location, Elevation or Depth —
Place the highlight on the
desired ﬁ eld and press ENTER. Using the ROCKER, scroll through the
numeric list until the desired number is displayed. Press the ROCKER to
the right to move to the next character. When ﬁ nished, press ENTER to
accept the changes.
Show Name on Maps —
When ‘Show Name on Maps’ is checked, the
waypoint name will be displayed on the Map Page. To check/uncheck the
box, place the highlight over that box and press ENTER.
There are four buttons at the bottom of the ‘Mark Way-
point’ Page, ‘Delete’, ‘Map’, ‘Goto’ and ‘OK’. If you wish
to delete the waypoint, highlight the ‘Delete’ button and
press ENTER. If you want to see the waypoint on the
map, highlight the ‘Map’ button and press ENTER. To
begin direct navigation to the waypoint, highlight the ‘Goto’
button and press ENTER. The ‘OK’ button is used to
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Points Of Interest
Will only be available when MapSource CD data that contains Points of
Interest information is loaded in the unit. When ‘Points of Interest’ is selected, the
Points of Interest Selection Page is displayed. To select a Points of Interest item,
highlight the desired selection then press ENTER.
After an item is selected, either a list or selection menu will be displayed. If a
selection menu is displayed, make another selection and press ENTER. When a
list is displayed, pressing MENU will give you the option of searching the list by
name or by showing the nearest item.
To view information about an item in the list, highlight the item then press
ENTER. An Information window will be displayed showing the name, address
and phone number of the item. To save the item as a waypoint, press the MENU
Key and with ‘Save as Waypoint’ selected press ENTER.
Along the bottom of the list or Information Page are three buttons, GoTo, Map
and OK. ‘GoTo’ begins direct navigation to the point, ‘Map’ displays the item on
the Map Page and ‘OK’ returns the display to the list.
Points of Interest Options
The different Points of Interest displayed depends on the MapSource data that
is loaded in the unit.
Main Menu — ‘Points of Interest’
Points of Interest
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