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Dive-log pages?

Post by oregondiver » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:24 pm

Since we just moved closer to the Sound (4 minutes?)....I want to start logging my dives again. I remember reading in the past links to divelog pages (half pages, two copies per full sheet of paper) that others have developed/posted but I can't find them.

A search found a thread from early/mid 2012 but the link spatty posted (back then) doesn't work. Any other links/suggestions?

Or maybe more importantly...what do you prefer to log/have in your logbook? Weights, tank size/fill, who/what/when/where? SAC?

I will send a pm to spatty but he may be otherwise occupied for a bit :eek:

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Re: Dive-log pages?

Post by Dusty2 » Mon Jul 29, 2013 4:49 pm

there are several places on the net where you find log book pages and also computer software that will do it for you. With a little patience you can make up the full pages and take them to a copy store and make your own. If you have a scanner your all set.

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Re: Dive-log pages?

Post by Nwcid » Mon Jul 29, 2013 6:19 pm

I like plugging my computer into my computer and have it dump all the information for me.

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Re: Dive-log pages?

Post by Linedog » Mon Jul 29, 2013 7:00 pm

I download all the info off my computer then print out the pages.
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Re: Dive-log pages?

Post by Tom Nic » Mon Jul 29, 2013 9:41 pm

Think of info you might like to have on coming back at a later time - weighting, simple gear config can be helpful.

I do REEF surveys on every dive so I have designed my own pages that have a survey on the back of each page. When I travel I make log pages for the country / place I am diving.

They are fun momentos, at least for me and I enjoy making and keeping them.

If you have Microsoft Publisher I would be happy to send you a sample or can show you at a dive if you are interested.
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