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two logbooks?

FlyinDogz

New member
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Messages
1
G'day,

Surely there's a method - which I haven't discovered yet - to maintain two separate logbook databases. My scenario is that I need to log my "normal" FAA entries for certificated aircraft - which is the main reason I purchased this excellent program. In addition, I'd very much like to maintain a separate log for Powered Paraglider and other ultralite activities. The times, landings, etc for these obviously should not be totalled in the FAA currency records. However the flight counts, times, etc. do count toward non-FAA qualifications (namely to achieve my instructor credentials) specific to these uncertificated machines.

Suggestions?
 

Neal Culiner

Founder, President
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Nov 14, 2001
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Hello,

The Enterprise Edition allows unlimited data files. For your purpose, the Enterprise Edition is the only solution.

 
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