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Can I select an area on a map and gather all caches into one file for my gps? When creating a pocket query the results seem to leave too many out.

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As long as it's 1000 caches or less, yes, you can get all the caches on your map into a PQ. If your PQs seem to be leaving a lot of caches out, make sure you're not checking off boxes on the PQ form that might be canceling each other out, or eliminating lots of caches.

 

The easiest thing to do is go to the map, center the area that you'd like (remember that the map under the left side bar is also there), then click the "Save as Pocket Query." Once you're in the PQ form, don't click anything other than today's day of the week, change the number of caches returned from 500 to 1000, then run the query.

 

You should get back 1000 caches in a circle around your center point.

 

If that's not enough, you'll need to run multiple queries, centering the map on a different spot each time.

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As long as it's 1000 caches or less, yes, you can get all the caches on your map into a PQ. If your PQs seem to be leaving a lot of caches out, make sure you're not checking off boxes on the PQ form that might be canceling each other out, or eliminating lots of caches.

 

The easiest thing to do is go to the map, center the area that you'd like (remember that the map under the left side bar is also there), then click the "Save as Pocket Query." Once you're in the PQ form, don't click anything other than today's day of the week, change the number of caches returned from 500 to 1000, then run the query.

 

You should get back 1000 caches in a circle around your center point.

 

If that's not enough, you'll need to run multiple queries, centering the map on a different spot each time.

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