A checksheet is a table of multipliers, such as countries, with columns for each band and counts indicating how many QSOs you have made with each multiplier on each band.
SkookumLogger has six kinds of checksheets for different kinds of multipliers: Countries, Regions (states, provinces, etc.), Grids (Maidenhead locators), Prefixes, Zones, and “Other”. The other multiplier type is used for contests where there are two sets of multipliers of the same kind, typically regions, and for contests with odd-ball multipliers like unique call signs.
Checksheet windows are opened by items in the Window ► Checksheets ► menu. Checksheets that do not apply for the current contest are disabled in the menu. You can rearrange checksheet table columns and sort the rows using standard table customization gestures.
To quickly scroll to the row containing a multiplier code, click on any row to make the table active, then type the code.
Click on a band column to sort the table in order to group most-worked or not-worked multipliers.
The multipliers for some checksheets are grouped by area. For example, countries are grouped by their continent. You can limit the checksheet table to show one group by choosing the group name in an area pop up menu above the table.
Checksheets also have a Mode pop up button. When you have set your Category Mode to a single mode in the log’s Cabrillo settings , the pop up shows that mode and is disabled. Otherwise — Mixed mode — the pop up lists all of the modes specified by the log’s contest rules and choosing a mode changes the table to show the number of QSOs with each multiplier for that mode. When multipliers are not per-mode, consult the Score window to see your multiplier counts.
Checksheets with a large number of possible entities (grids, zones) or unpredictable number of entities (prefixes, other) list only multipliers that you have worked at least once.
When you edit an already-logged QSO, the checksheets may become invalid. Use Log ► Rescore Log command to rebuild the checksheets.
When a contest has ARRL section multipliers, the Window ► Checksheets ► Section Checkoff command is available to open a display of worked sections.
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