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Geocaching 202 - GSAK Basics

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Hidden : Saturday, October 20, 2012
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Geocachers Exploring Oregon
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Geocaching 202 GSAK Basics

Are you tired of punching coordinates into your GPS unit one digit at a time? Want to have your GPS unit loaded and ready to go any where you roam? Maybe you're an experienced geocacher who is willing to share your knowledge and team up with others to lend a hand? Then we'd like to help you. Join GEO for

Geocaching 202 GSAK Basics

We'll meet:
1:00pm - 3:00pm

at:
Tualatin Library
18880 SW Martinazzi Ave
Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 692-2000

While all are always welcome, this class is intended for experienced geocachers who are comfortable working on the geocaching.com website.

Geocaching 202: GSAK Basics
How do I get a pile of caches in one place?
What is GSAK and how do I get all of those caches into it?
What can I do with the caches in GSAK?
How do I upload the caches to my GPS unit?
What is a macro?
How do I install and run macros?
What are some useful macros?

Bring your GPS units and data cables. And if you have one, bring your laptop; we'll have wireless at the library. It might also help if folks can bring some extension cords and power strips.

Experienced GSAK users: Please add a note or send me an email with your favorite GSAK macros. I will try to incorporate them into the class.

Hope to see you there.

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GEOregon.com

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