CrewTrac Flight Report Import Method on LogTen Pro X for Mac

1.) Cut and paste all your past flights from the "Flight Log Report" into a plain text file (not a formatted text format such as .rtf file). To convert formatted text to a plain text format copy and paste all flight data into a new plain text file (.txt file).

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2.) Copy and paste the plain text flight data into a new Excel (or LibreOffice - a free download) spreadsheet file. Select the space option for "Separated by."

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3.) Your data should now be contained within a spreadsheet file and just needs a few loose ends cleaned up. Delete the unneeded data at the top and type in the correct header (title) for each column of data (date, flight number, etc.).

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4.) You can delete any unnecessary columns that are empty or contain unwanted data.

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5.) Save the new file as a CSV file.

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6.) Import your data into LogTen Pro, being sure to match the date format and that all the columns are mapped to the correct field.

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