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You will need to right click with the mouse on “My Places” and add another folder and name it whatever you wish to call it - in this case I have called it “ZK-EBU Search”... And then another folder after that - in this case “No.1 Search Area” ... then as you place the numbered Placemarks - you need them all listed in the “No.1 Search Area” folder.

 

 

 

 

 

The reason for this is because you then need to right click again on the “No.1 Search Area” folder and save it into a place of your chosing to access as a .kml file.

 

By going to this On Line file converter site, you can then convert the .kml file to a .gpx file:  http://kml2gpx.com/

and save it back to a place on your computer that you can remember.

 

We then need to open the “EasyGPS” program that can be downloaded free of charge on this link (if you haven’t got it installed already):  http://www.easygps.com/gps-receivers/Garmin-GPSMAP-60CSx.asp

 

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