Logging Essentials using N1MM+

This listing pulls together a dozen (or so) keyboard commands that are extremely useful in N1MM+ Logger.

· Esc : stop, exit, abort, back out of whatever you are doing

· Spacebar or Tab : move between exchange elements
· Enter : log a completed valid QSO
· Ctrl+Alt+Enter : log an incomplete/invalid QSO with a note in the log
· Ctrl+N : add a note to the log
· Ctrl+O : to enter the operator’s name or call sign (or type OPON in call sign field)
[optional, use to keep track of who was operating when]
· Alt+W : wipe whatever is entered so far (Alt+W again to undo the wipe)

Changing logged contacts
· Ctrl+D : delete last QSO from log
· Ctrl+Q : Quick Edit last QSO
o while in Quick Edit (blue background), use Ctrl+Q to go to earlier QSO in log, or
Ctrl+A to go to later one
o Enter to accept changes, Esc to abort and return to logging

Changing current frequency & mode
· To change modes, type CW or SSB or RTTY or PSK into Entry window, hit Enter – or,
if your radio is interfaced for radio control, just change modes on the radio
· To change frequency, type the frequency in kHz into the Entry window, hit Enter – or, if
your radio is interfaced for radio control, change frequency on the radio

CW/SSB/Digital (needs CW keying interface/voice keyer/Digital interface respectively)
· Alt+U : switch between Run & S&P mode and messages
· F1 : send CQ message and switch to Run mode
· F4 : send your own call sign (S&P)
· ; key or Ins : send his call sign + exchange message (F5 + F2)
· key : send TU and log QSO (F3 + Enter)
· = key : re-send last function-key message
· Alt+K : edit current function-key message buttons
· Ctrl+K : ad lib keyboard CW/digital text (use Enter or Esc or Ctrl+K to end)
· PgUp/PgDn : CW speed up/down