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How to Navigate to a Saved Waypoint on a GPS Operating a GPS for backcountry or geocaching use is quite simple after a few minutes of experimenting with a device and following some simple GPS instructions like those included in this article. This is one of a series of articles we have on our site about GPS usage; see below for a complete listing of our GPS how-to articles. This article discusses how to navigate to a waypoint saved on your GPS and some points to sonsider as you follow the arrow toward your destination. We often use a basic Garmin eTrex unit as our go-to example, but all GPS units function in very similar ways and have similar features. Before you start with these instructions, learn which keys, buttons or menu selections activate the following basic functions on the GPS you’re using: • Move between pages or menu screen – Usually a button labeled “Page”.
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