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I have used the full post code entry on my gen3 sat nav - successfully.

However, I now want to save this but with a proper, memorable, name instead of the code.

Does anyone know how I can edit this? I've looked in the book and sat in the car for nearly an hour without managing to solve this, any help would be appreciated

Thanks.

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I have used the full post code entry on my gen3 sat nav - successfully.

However, I now want to save this but with a proper, memorable, name instead of the code.

Does anyone know how I can edit this? I've looked in the book and sat in the car for nearly an hour without managing to solve this, any help would be appreciated

Thanks.

  1. Press NAVI button on console
  2. Press Memory icon on screen
  3. Press Register icon on screen
  4. Select an address option (e.g. postcode, previous destination, etc.)
  5. Press OK, map displays
  6. Press Enter.
  7. Now you get to set the destination details, including name. :thumbsup:

You can update details by using Edit instead of register.

I may have made the odd mistake above, but it's straightforward when you know how. Definitely not intuitive.

Good luck

Edited by Ancient Nerd

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Thanks Ancient nerd, will try it tomorrow morning

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Ancient Nerd..... Tried this afternoon and worked a treat. Many thanks.

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