My question is this. My company uses Google maps to generate POI locations for fuel stops, truck washes, terminal locations, ect.
How can I export these files from Google maps into a .CSV file that I can use on my Rand McNally Overdrive 8 ?
ExtraPoi editor, can convert the kml kmz files to 99 other formats including randmcnally csv : kml is a better source format to use
Poiedit2007 can convert the kml kmz files to 99 other formats including randmcnally csv
neither remade in the last months or years, the data format they work with hasn't changed either,
google have turned off some of the preview functions in the maps api, the programs still work: just look ugly while they're working
batch convert, I have mostly tomtom, and a couple of vigo, couple of garmin
batch converting entire folders from ov2 to gpx or csv :thumbs up: instead of trying to download all the different files
Does Google Maps support exporting these files directly to KML or do I have to use one of the programs you mentioned to collect my files from Maps? Thanks for your advice!! -Jim
In the title,
three dots expand out the menu,
then convert the downloaded kml to csv with one of the utilities
edit: if the title isn't visible, click 'map legend'
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