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Old 11-15-2018, 04:57 PM   #1
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1st Stop has Cost

The Documentation in RV Trip Planner states that all fields in Stop 1 will be zero, but I have $228 dollars in Stop 1 of each trip that I plan. How can I get that to be zero.
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Does this occur if you start a brand new trip with a different starting point? Or are you copying trips over with the same starting point?
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The Documentation in RV Trip Planner states that all fields in Stop 1 will be zero, but I have $228 dollars in Stop 1 of each trip that I plan. How can I get that to be zero.
Just started a new test trip to see this... if you edit the first stop and put in any values in the Camping, Meals, or Misc Cost... it will show up in the Trip List.
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Yes, if I create a new trip, then the origin is zero. However, if I make a copy, then it’s still zero. I haven’t found one that has a cost that I have added any information that would cause it to become non-zero. In any case, I can get to a zero cost origin, so thank you.
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