LogCheck - The complete overview in the amateur radio logbook
Pic above: "Classic" query
Enter the terms in the fields for which the logbook should be searched. A result list then opens with the QSOs found. This list can be sorted and printed out. It is also possible to change QSO data in this list.
Pic above: "extended" query
In the first column you determine in which field you want to search. Then you enter whether the term should appear in the third column in this field or not. That can also be defined more specifically. After pressing the "List" button, a list of results opens with the QSOs found. This list can be sorted and printed out. QSO data can also be changed in this list.
Pic above:Results list
Pic above: Action for all entries
This function can be used to make changes to the listed QSOs "in one go"
Further information on the topic:
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With these and similar functions, HAM OFFICE .my logbook shows the full strength of its new databases. The search result is there almost instantly and thus, depending on the search, over 5 times faster than in erlier versions.