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Importiang Data Excel to MapPoint to plan a travel route

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    cmolloy is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Importiang Data Excel to MapPoint to plan a travel route

    Hi:

    I am having trouble with planning a travel route when importing data from excel into mappoint. Each address is unique and inclues city, province and country (Canada) It allows me to bring/import the data but when I go to create a pushpin set or multipin symbol set for the data it just provides me with one pin and all the addresses are located there. What I need is to be able to import all the addresses which are unique by the way and have a map created that places each unique address in their proper location and not placing all the addresses in one central location. Then from this I will have to plan a travel route with these imported unique addresses and then optimize the stops and get directions to provide me with the quickest way to each address. I would appreciate any help that you can provide me with these.

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    Re: Importiang Data Excel to MapPoint to plan a travel route

    Hi:
    I found this question ( which is my problem also)on the forum, but I did not find any answer. Does anyone have any idea?
    Thanks

    I am having trouble with planning a travel route when importing data from excel into mappoint. Each address is unique and inclues city, province and country (Canada) It allows me to bring/import the data but when I go to create a pushpin set or multipin symbol set for the data it just provides me with one pin and all the addresses are located there. What I need is to be able to import all the addresses which are unique by the way and have a map created that places each unique address in their proper location and not placing all the addresses in one central location. Then from this I will have to plan a travel route with these imported unique addresses and then optimize the stops and get directions to provide me with the quickest way to each address. I would appreciate any help that you can provide me with these.

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    Re: Importiang Data Excel to MapPoint to plan a travel route

    Please post several of your addresses, if you are allowed, so that we can observe this problem personally.
    Michael R Mattys
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