Problems with Multi-Grid Satellite Logging for Ham Radio Deluxe Hi folks, I know this subject must have been dealt with before because I remember reading it back in the day when I did not care what your grid locator was… I just wanted to make contact with you! Now that I've accidentally stumbled into 107 confirmed satellite grids, my Type A behavior has kicked in… Now I want credit for all the past grids that I worked. Moving forward with this quest, I've uncovered two problems: I did not write down grids when logging since I had read that the grid information actually came from the new LOTW location set up by the rover station. That does not seem to be so for Ham Radio Deluxe. It only appears to log the default locator based on its Lookup function that populates all the usual fields of name, state, etc. The second problem that I am having with the Ham Radio Deluxe Logging module: Even when I enter "grid,grid" as the locator, and even though it shows both grids in the contact info in my log - when I get verification back from the rover showing both of their grids in the LOTW ADI file, the HRD Award Tracking Module only sees the first entry and never gives credit for the second entry. I've got to believe that with as many people who use Ham Radio Deluxe that this issue has been solved in the past so I don't have to reinvent the wheel. If anyone has sites or docs I can reference, I would appreciate the URLs. The other issue that I have once I resolve the problems with HRD: correcting all of my past satellite log entries that were from multiple grids so that the Awards Tracking Module is properly crediting those other grids that I had not previously entered. Does LOTW offer a way to download a CSV file for Excel of just those logged entries that were for satellites? That way, I could sort and compare against my own log entries so that I can manually update them. Again, this part is probably irrelevant until I resolve the above issues with HRD. Thoughts, ideas, solutions, locations of previously invented wheels, appreciated - For both any dumbassness on my part and/or software issues! Robert K3RRR PS: Up to now, the Ham Radio Deluxe logging module has been fantastic - and frankly the only reason I have kept subscribing to an otherwise muchly worthless program. I'm really not looking for recommended other logging programs. I'll don my Don Quixote armor and tilt and joust with HRD to try, once more, to get them to fix their damn software yet again.