It's probably in here somewhere, but I can't seem to find it. So if this is a redundant subject, I apologize. I wanted to add a fairly new rest area to the rest areas.csv file on I70 in Ohio. I open the .csv and see that all the latitude and longitude notations are in decimal degrees. When I grab the coordinates off Google Earth they're in Deg-min-secs. Does my Nuvi 350 care? I would assume so. That being said is their a place to conveniently translate the values without the laborious step-by-step calculations?
In Google Earth, on the menu, select 'Tools', then 'Options', and in the box, look for the section "Show Lat/Long" and select the radio button for decimal degrees so it will display what you need to put in a csv file.
Thanks for the quick reply, I'll give it a go.
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