southernrrman: Thanks for posting, it helped me out.
gmonday: OHHHHHH thanks, now I will have some hair left
MegaApostolicMan: You must assign a file name to your address that you are saving. Go to your address book to see that file to be used.
polishnationalpride: Once its saved, it doesnt appear to be listed under saved places, can you show where the address appears
avlisk: I feel your pain. I think a sadist designed the Garmin interface. It seems if they had a design decision, they always chose the least user-friendly. Are other GPS systems any better?
ManhattanPlaya: finger looks like the head ape's from the movie LOL!!!!!!!
Eric Schwartz: Thanks it gave me what I needed by fast-forwarding to 1:00. The first minute is a good part of the reason why GPS companies are in big trouble.
helix1234: jesus christ that was suspenseful
Milton Friesen: This is a really horrible GPS. You'd think in this day and age Garmin would have their poop-in-a-group a little better and make a 20th century intuitive interface. YIKES..another brand for me next time GARMIN...HOW DO YOU STAY IN BUSINESS...you need to redefine your product and instead of calling it a GPS label it a POS
Pink Diva73: Thank you for posting the video. I couldn't figure out how to save.
Michael Maguire: Thanks -- just what I needed. Crap user interface, really.
Serpentine220: Saving Your Current Location 1 From the map, select the vehicle icon. 2 Select Save. 3 Enter a name, and select Done. 4 Select OK. From page 16 owners manual - downloaded on pdf Thanks for the video.
Fred Sandford: Thanks man
noneyerbidness: man, i poked around for 15 minutes trying to find the save - thank you!!
Dan Frunza: Thanks man!
cadcTV: Sea Work, hahaha XD
thanks for showing us though, you'd think saving locations would be a bit more intuitive than this...
Colin Summers: Deluxe, thanx. I agree with michaelpsmisic, the menu's are not very user friendly.