You can import QSOs from almost any other logbook or contest program,
either using the build-in utilities for direct importation or using a simple
two-step procedure. You can even import your own MS-Access, dBase, etc.
Changing to a new logbook has never been so easy ! (See
the FAQ for more information on importation)
VQLog is the cheapest shareware or commercial logbook program
currently available. Nearly 4,000 hours of work time has been spent to
develop the program, and you can get it for ONLY $18 (or 15?) !!
With most other programs you have to pay for every new update. When
you register VQLog you get the right to download from Internet ALL new
versions for a period of two years !! (Usually 2 updates per year)
Another distinctive feature is the customer technical support. When
you become a registered user you get the right to receive personal technical
support by E-Mail directly from the author and for lifetime. My compromise
is that all inquiries will be answered usually in less than 24 h, and never
in more than 48 h !! Which other program can offer this support ? ?.simply
VQLog is made based on the suggestions of users. If you miss
something please let me know and I will be glad to take it into account for
Complete integration with Windows. VQLog is a true 32 bit Windows
program with an extremely user-friendly and easy to use interface. This
means that if you know how to use a Windows application you already know how
to use VQLog.
Don't waste your time learning how to use a new program, use
your time on radio !
The powerful and configurable summaries and graphical statistics are
one of the key features of the program. Run them on the set of records you
wish and get the results on the screen, a WEB page, a map, in a file or send
them to the printer.
Use the external program interface to make VQLog work together with
other programs and process DX-spots, turn the antenna automatically, access
the Callbook CD, control your rigs, etc.
If you are a DX'er active on 50 MHz and up bands you will not find
any other program with so many features VHF specific (tracking of grid
squares, modes of propagation, VHF awards?.).
Anyway, these features
are optional and can be disabled if you plan to use it only for HF logging.
And finally, if someday in the future you decide to change to another
logbook program you will not have any trouble to move your QSOs to it.
VQLog has been designed from the beginning with an open architecture in
mind. The use of standard MS-Access format databases and its multiple
options of exporting the data in ADIF format (Amateur Data Interchange
Format) guarantee that you will be able to smoothly move your data to
almost any other logbook whenever you want.