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Minnesota Lake Map CD-ROM Question?

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Hi all,

I thought maybe someone would be able to answer a question I have...

A few weeks ago I ordered the Lake Otter Tail waterproof Pro Map. I was so impressed that I would also like to purchase the Lake Ottertail CD-ROM version. To me, it appears as though that would be:

A614 ProMap Ottertail Lake CD-ROM Map for $76.99

However, when I click on that to order, it says that this is the upgrade CD? Is this the case? Is there another CD that I would need to purchase first? I just wanted to make sure before I purchased the CD and then found that it would not work.

Thanks for all your assistance, and for making this the best site on the internet.

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HOF,

I ordered the "A609 ProMap Series Gold CD-ROM" when you ordered the paper one. It has the 58 Pro Maps and 200 other lakes lake including Otter Tail. It's incredible!

I don't believe you can order a CD with only Otter Tail Lake, it must be the Gold CD Rom A609.

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Hey Chuck N...Helping me out again !!! grin.gif Thanks...

That's kind of why I was asking becuase the A614 also says 254 other MN lakes maps are included with the Otter Tail CD-ROM. Then, if you scroll to the very bottom, that is where it says "Upgrade Center" and says that to use the upgrade center, you must have previously purchased one of the above CD-ROMS, of which is the A614 Ottertail CD-ROM... confused.gif

I am guessing that I am making this way more difficult than it needs to be. grin.gif

The way it's going ChuckN, by the time I am up in your area this summer, I'm going to have to take you out for a big 'ol steak supper!

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No problem HOF. You won't regret the purchase. grin.gif

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