MPRouteWriter includes MPRouteReader. The following MPRouteWriter v3.7 files are available for download:
|Name||Version||Release Date||Size||Download Link||Alternative Download|
| MPRouteWriter Application
(MSI self installing)
|v3.7||21st Oct. '13||4191KB||Download Now!||Here|
|v3||10th Jul. '12||77KB||Download Now!||Here|
The above installer is the only version available for sale. It will not work with the old v2 license keys. Existing users of v2.11 and earlier (i.e. purchased before July 2011) should upgrade to v3.
The examples archive (routewriter_samples.zip) includes data and map files that are referenced in the MPRouteWriter documentation. Files with a "_2013" suffix are versions for MapPoint 2013 which cannot read MapPoint 2006 map files.
Microsoft® MapPoint® must be installed before you install MPRouteWriter. MPRouteWriter works with all versions of MapPoint from version 2006 onwards. Microsoft Excel® (2003 or later) is recommended but not required.
A copy of the End User License Agreement is also available. This is included with the documentation.
MPRouteWriter will add uninstall links to the Windows Start Menu, and to the Control Panel's Add / Remove Programs list. Using one of these links, un-installation should be a simple single click process.
Version 3.7: MPRouteReader: Ability to set waypoint stop times on a pushpin-by-pushpin basis; GUI improvements; resilience against bad data fields.
Version 3.6: Added the ability to export interval distances, times, and speeds. Fixed multi-day travel time error.
Version 3.5: Fixed: '=' text output bug.
Version 3.4: Fixed: Error in text export; Identical waypoints reported as zero; Installation improvements.
Version 3.3: Maintenance release: Fixed rare bug during Windows 7 installation; Supports Windows 8
Version 3.2: Maintenance release: Fixed bug with erroneous time unit correction in MPRouteWriter.
Version 3.1: Updated installer fixed after Windows 7 update (August 2011).
Version 3.0: conversion to .NET 4 for smoother running; Ability to set rest stops and intervals; sort pushpin data fields by name; MPRouteReader support for multiple waypoints in the start&end group; coordinates can be exported without pushpins.