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ORGANIZING BY DATES

jimbody

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I am 3 years behind on my logbook flying 2 different airframes. Is there a way to log 3 years of say 1 plane and then 3 years of another plane, then having the dates go in order. Right now I am swapping every leg and its quit time consuming. If I could do 1 then another then put them in order that be great?
 

Andy Adams

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Yes, you can enter them in any order you want. As long as the dates you enter are correct, they will automatically be sequenced into chronological order. The only exception would be if you had two flights on the same date and do not enter OOOI times for those legs, Logbook Pro will not know which one happened before or after the other.
 

Eric A.

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Yes. Logbook Pro sort the flights chronologically every time the logbook is opened.

If you have multiple flights on the same the program will sort them based on the following

Date
Block Out. If Block out is missing the time you entered it into Logobok Pro

IF you need any further help please contacts via the helpdesk
 
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