Contest Rules - Tab Multipliers  

This page is intended for a rule installation for keep count of multipliers for QSO.  
On this example displays how to select check boxes for ARI International DX Contest to keep count of multipliers. Multipliers for this contest are:  
·Provinces of Italy i.e. conditional abbreviation of area, region.  
·DXCC Countries on each Band.  
Abbreviation of state, area, etc.  
Conditional abbreviations can be put, with "-" delimiter. If the same province has different conditional abbreviations use the "=" for their comparison. For example, for Rome province are used two different abbreviations - ROMA and RM. Specify to the program, that they are identical like ROMA=RM  
Prefixes from the list  
Prefixes can be put, with "-" delimiter. The list should have the identifier:  
·PREFIXES for example - PREFIXES:-UA1N-UA4P-UA4S-UA4U-  
·DXCC - DXCC prefixes, for example DXCC:-ÎÊ-ÎÌ-  
·COMMON - common prefixes, for example COMMON:-OK-OM-  
These prefixes need "to be taken" from the Countries and Territories window. The difference DXCC from COMMON is more convenient for understanding on an example of Russia. For Russia of the DXCC prefix can be RA6, or RA0 i.e. the European, or Asian part of Russia and the COMMON prefix - RA i.e. all Russia wholly.  
For each area of the country  
These field can be contains only the COMMON prefixes. Prefixes can be put, with "-" delimiter. For example -OK-OM-  
For the help by filling fields of the prefixes there is a Select and Adds Prefixes dialog box. It can be opened if to click the right mouse button in a field, where it is necessary to put the prefixes into the list.  
Save entered data by clicking the Save button on the toolbar, or by clicking the Save item on the File menu.  
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