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The easiest way is to load a pocket query from geocaching.com into gsak (freeware) and do file>export>tomtom poi file. Then copy the poi file into the TomToms map folder. All of the caches will shop up as POIs and you can have a sound play every time you get within a specified range. I have mine set to play the bugle at 200 yards.

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