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Does anyone know of a DDutil manual. The reason I ask is I hate to read instructions on a computer screen.
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Jim Gilliam

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My heart is with you. I tried to read the "manual" and it posed more questions than answers. After that ordeal, and it was an ordeal, I just played around with it until I could get it to work. My sympathies are with you. Good writing is a lost art.

Jim, K6QE

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Mike va3mw

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Since the software changes so fast, the manual would be wrong or old very quickly. Try http://www.labnol.org/software/print-...
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Ken - VE5KC

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It might not be exactly what you are looking for, but the online manual can easily be printed from the webpage. It will give you approx 44 pages.

73..  Ken
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Jon - KF2E

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DDutil is supported with a wiki. Here is the URL...


It makes it much easier for the author to keep current with changes.

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Paul W5PF

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Join the DDutil Yahoo group. The author is very helpful.

Paul W5PF
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Print out the info on the WIKI.  Hard copy manuals are a thing of the past.  Jim
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Steve - KD8QWT

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I stare at a computer screen 12 hours a day.  I can understand the reluctance to read manuals off the screen when one could read it from paper.  Have you considered a Kindle?  It really does make reading easier, even compared to paper.  I haven't tried the newer one.  We have a couple of the older models that are still working great.

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