Easily import route waypoints into Microsoft® MapPoint®...
Have you tried to import route stops from pushpins into Microsoft MapPoint, only to find that MapPoint adds the pushpins in an arbitrary route order?
If so, then the MPRouteReader part of MPRouteWriter will solve your problems. MPRouteReader allows you to create MapPoint routes from pushpins using a pre-determined order. This order is specified using one of the pushpin data fields - typically a sequence number imported from Microsoft Excel or Access.
- Create a route from pushpins in a pre-determined order.
- Create a route from external waypoints (via pushpins)
- Create a route from sub-group(s) of pushpins in an input pushpin set.
- Set individual waypoint stop times — specified using a pushpin data field.
Additional features include:
- Route import can sort pushpins according to numeric or text fields.
- Route import supports both ascending and descending pushpin sorts.
- Route import can use special 'home' pushpins for the start and/or end locations.
- Walk-through tutorials.
- Supports all geographic editions of MapPoint from 2006 onwards.
The original MPRouteWriter capabilities include the ability to export a route's waypoints and pushpins to Microsoft Excel or a text file, whilst maintaining their route order.
Requirements: You must have Microsoft MapPoint (2006 or later) installed, and the Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0. The .NET Framework is available as a standard Windows Update, and as a free download from the Microsoft website. The Excel export option also requires Microsoft Excel (2003 or later) to be installed. MPRouteWriter runs with Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
Click here to download MPRouteReader/MPRouteWriter. This is a free trial version that will last for 14 days, and must be registered if you wish to use it beyond this period. MPRouteWriter licenses can be purchased online for US$75 each. Other purchase options and volume discounts are also available.
Please use our contact form for MPRouteReader/MPRouteWriter support.