User manual GARMIN GPSMAP 721XS

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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.

[. . . ] To change the any information on New Waypoint Page the New Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate field and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and confirming your changes, highlight OK, and press ENTER/MARK. GPSMAP 721XS ® To find an item and go to it: To navigate (Go To) a point on the map: To mark your current location: Find Menu Results List Select a Point Follow the Magenta Line To create a new waypoint using the Map Page: 1. Press and quickly release ENTER/ MARK to capture the pointer location. [. . . ] Press and quickly release ENTER/ MARK to capture the pointer location. If you have highlighted a map feature, an information page appears after you press ENTER/MARK. Use the ROCKER to highlight Save and press ENTER/MARK to save the item as a waypoint. To accept the waypoint with the default name and symbol, highlight OK, and press ENTER/MARK. To change any information on the New Map Waypoint Page, highlight the appropriate field and press ENTER/MARK. After entering and confirming your changes, highlight OK, and press ENTER/MARK. 4. Move the arrow on the map page to the location you want on the map, and press FIND. PAGE/MODE--press to cycle through the main pages in sequence or end an operation in progress and return to the main page. QUIT--press to cycle through the main pages in reverse sequence, revert to the previous value in a data entry field, or cancel a function. ENTER/MARK--press to select a highlighted option, initiate entry, and then confirm. In Automotive Mode, press and hold to display the Next Turn Page and have the voice prompt announce the next turn. Press and release to adjust the backlighting and external speaker volume. ROCKER--press up, down, left, or right to select menu options, enter data, or move the pointer on the Map Page. To add Via Points to your route in Automotive Mode: To enter a custom avoid: Route Tab Adding Points to the Route Navigate Options Add Via Point 4. If you selected Use Map, use the ROCKER to select an item on the map, and press ENTER. [. . . ] ROCKER--press up, down, left, or right to select menu options, enter data, or move the pointer on the Map Page. To add Via Points to your route in Automotive Mode: To enter a custom avoid: Route Tab Adding Points to the Route Navigate Options Add Via Point 4. If you selected Use Map, use the ROCKER to select an item on the map, and press ENTER. Remember you can press MENU while the Find menu is open to find an item near another location, such as the destination. [. . . ]

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