Currently we do not have a "direct" method of reading RadioReferences databases. They have chosen to use Adobe PDF, which does not lend itself to "importing".

However you "can" save the database on screen as a file, and then using EXCEL to then cut and paste from Excel into Scancat's grids structure.

Once you have a Frequency "file" showing for your city
        - choose the BROWSER'S "File Save AS" or "Save Page as" option
        - Then open EXCEL
        - Then Load the HTML file you just saved
        - It will appear as a series of columns and rows just like
          on the screen
        - You can highlight columns and then "COPY" them using "CTRL + C"
        - Then go to Scancat's grid
        - Place your mouse on the first cell where you want to start
                PASTE using "CTRL + V"
        - It should paste into Scancat's grid
          all the highlighted cells from your Excel spreadsheet

If you do not have Excel, take a look at this link on our OnLine Help site

  This is a freeware version of Microsoft's "Office" called "Open Office", and in side the "office suite" is an Excel look alike called "CALC", (that is contained in the free application).

Best regards



Joined radio reference. How do I download information to scancat program?
I am new to scanning, I have a radio shack pro 97 scanner.
Gordon Cave

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