Storing a destination in the destination memory

Note

This function also stores the destination in the address book.

After destination entry

shown in the address entry menu. The destination has been entered and is shown in the address entry menu.

turning Select Save by sliding turning and turning the COMAND controller and press the COMAND controller and press You can now select storage options. to confirm.

You can now select storage options.

During route guidance

the COMAND To show the menu: press the COMAND the COMAND controller.

system menu bar by turning Select Destination in the navigation system menu bar by turning the the COMAND controller and press confirm. to confirm.

to Select Save Destination and press to to confirm.

You can now select storage options.

From the list of previous destinations

the COMAND To show the menu: press the COMAND the COMAND controller.

system menu bar by turning Select Destination in the navigation system menu bar by turning the the COMAND controller and press confirm. to confirm.

press  to confirm. Select From Last Destinations and press The list of last destinations appears. to confirm.

The list of last destinations appears.

the Select a destination by turning the the COMAND controller and press confirm. to confirm.

The destination address is shown.

confirm. Select Save and press confirm. to confirm.

You can now select storage options.

Selecting storing options

name: select Save without Name and To save the destination without a name: select Save without Name and press COMAND stores the destination in the to confirm.

COMAND stores the destination in the destination memory and uses the address as the destination name.

and press To save the destination as My address: select Save as "My Address" and press COMAND stores the destination in the to confirm.

COMAND stores the destination in the destination memory as My Address. If the entry already contains navigable data (symbol L), a prompt appears asking you whether the entry should be overwritten.

confirm. Select Yes or No and press confirm. to confirm.

If you select Yes, the entry is overwritten.

If you select No, the process will be aborted.

press  to To save the destination with a name: select Save with Name and press confirm. to confirm.

to confirm. Select a category, e.g. Home, and press to confirm. to confirm.

The input menu appears with data fields and the character bar.

Example display: saving a destination with a name
Example display: saving a destination with a name

1 Selected data field with cursor
2 Character bar

characters using the character bar" in the Proceed as described under "Entering characters using the character bar" in the "Entering characters in navigation mode (entering a city)" section.

to confirm. Then, select to confirm. and press to confirm. to confirm.

COMAND stores the destination under the name entered.

Assigning a destination to an address book entry

An address with complete address data that is suitable for navigation can be assigned to a pre-existing address book entry. You can then later start route guidance to this address straight from the address book.

press  to confirm. Select Assign Address Book Entry and press Select a category, e.g. Home, and press to confirm.

to confirm. Select a category, e.g. Home, and press to confirm. to confirm.

You will see the address book either with the character bar or as a selection list.

for To select an address book entry: proceed as described in the "Searching for an address book entry" section.

COMAND stores the data if the address book entry selected does not yet contain navigable address data.

If the selected address book entry already contains navigable address data, a prompt will appear asking whether you wish to overwrite the existing data.

confirm. Select Yes or No and press confirm. to confirm.

If you select Yes, COMAND stores the data.

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