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How to add numbers rather then balloons to google maps
January 2, 2011
11:13 am
Jean Watson
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I noticed on Gypsy Journal map there were numbers to show the order rather then balloons. How did you do that?Confused Thanks Jean

January 3, 2011
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David Cross
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You use Microsoft Streets and Trips to generate the map. Each number is a stop along the route. There are a number of print options.

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January 3, 2011
4:49 pm
Jean Watson
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David,

I'm using Google  custom maps so I can post to  my blog.

 

Jean

January 4, 2011
1:18 am
S Allan Wilson
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If you have a “balloon”, you can right click on it and then select properties from the drop down list.  When the properties window opens up, select the current “balloon”.  one of the options presented is the numbers 1 through 9.  Granted, they are inside a balloon, but they are numbers.  Does that Help?

January 4, 2011
11:07 am
Jean Watson
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yes thats just what I wanted. I will try it. Thanks

January 4, 2011
5:10 pm
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Hi guys!

Good discussion. 

Jean ..  if you really like the way Nick's map looks (and you have more than 9 stops) – you can do that with your blog too.  It's a Streets and Trips route map.  If you are using S&T for your route planning – then the map is already done!  In S&T, just use Edit, Copy Map – then paste it into Live Writer (you are using Live Writer aren't you?)

This is just an image then, not a link to the real map like with Google Maps.  So, it depends on what you need.

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