Software to put round in order

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  1. Shaun1977

    Shaun1977 Forum Addict
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    Do any of you guys know of any software tht arranges addresses into order on ur round to make it easier


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  2. Paul

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    Don't think you can pal think it would be near impossible for a software to set you round up by areas, that is what you mean isn't it?
     
  3. ricoclay

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    Microsoft Map Point coupled with Access database.
     
  4. Paul

    Paul Guest

    Really well that's me shut up then, amazing[hr]
    And it actually does it for you?
     
  5. ricoclay

    ricoclay Guest

    Should do......you can sort into postcode order with any spreadsheet/database program then work out who is in which area etc....then export to Map-Point for placing on a map if you need to see where your customers are etc. With that, you can work out your most profitable areas and then maybe plan some canvassing in the areas that you're weak.
     
  6. bluemonkey

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    why not write it out in the order you want it
     
  7. Matty H

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    Yeah I don't bother with any computers to arrange my round - good old diary and pen :)
     
  8. James

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    Just simple Excel all the way. Oh and the diary of course


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  9. ricoclay

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    I haven't used a diary for months. No need when you use George.....its well worth the 50 quid.
     
  10. James

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    I still can't get my head around it. Don't want it to 'mess up' somehow and I lose all my customers / details etc. that's why I just stick to Excel.


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