For a number of years I had been looking for a good logging program that would
help me keep track of contacts and take care of the routing activity of creating
reports and QSL cards. You see when it comes to writing out QSL cards I have become
very lazy and having software that would perform this task was important. What I found
was an excellent program called miLog from Ham toys.
This program did everything I was looking for and them some except create customized
reports, labels and QSL cards. Taking what I had learned from developing the
Century CLub Logger I wrote this simple interface and can read the files from
miLog and produce reports, labels, and QSL cards.
||miLog Reporter supports an unlimited number of reports and using the report
browser you can orginize your reports to your own needs.
||This is an example of the powerful report designer interface. With it
you can drop database fields and add test and images. Elements that are placed on a
report, label or card can be moved to any place on the design. There are no restrictions
on how many images, fields or test items that can be placed on a form. This example shows
my default QSL card ready to be previewed and printed.
||This is an example of the finished QSL card ready for printing. I use the
4 to a page format, print them and then slice them up into 3.5" x 5.5" ready for
distribution. Notice that I have picked the 3.5" x 5.5" which has become a DX
Finished QSL card
||Here in another example of labels ready for printing. Note that
some of the lables have multiple contacts. Currently the repoter allows for
printing 4 contacts per label. If there are more than 4 then additional lables
will be produced for the desired results.
In addition to printing QSL labels and cards you my also the the software to create
custom reports from your miLog data. The tool allows you to select individual
fields, select query (filter) criteria, and design reports to your own needs.
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