Anyone have a good electronic logbook template?
I am interested in finding a good Excel spreadsheet template to keep my logbook hours.
I have the good ole paper book, of course, just want to have a backup on my computer.
I do have an iPad and iPod, but am not interested in paying the price for some of the logbook applications.
I just want something super, super simple.
I suppose I could try to work up my own format in Excel, but if there is a template download floating around somewhere that can be shared, let me know.
What are you guys using?
Not an Excel spreadsheet, but there is a shareware program, called LogQuik, that's pretty neat. It's available for download at NavCalc.com (Though i just tried going there, and the site seems to be down at the moment. I was there a couple weeks ago and it worked. So I don't know what's up now.) You could also do a web search for it. I found it at this site: http://www.superdownloads.com.br/dow...ookup-logquik/ But that's a foreign language site. So I'm not sure if the program itself is a foriegn language version or not.
By the way... NavCalc is a pretty neat, and easy to use, flight planning program. I've been using it for over 10 years. The airport data base, on the download version, is a bit out of date. But it is user customizable. So updating it is not a problem. And you can even add new way-points to the data base, if you want to.
Last edited by MADean; 02-17-2012 at 06:44 AM.
Excel Logbook template
Years ago I found one at www.cheappilot.com, and have generally been happy with it. Before I replied to your request I went to the domain and found it was for sale. If you cannot find it there, I can e-mail the templates to you.
Originally Posted by Green Goggles
Excel log book
Pilot Log.zipPilot Log.zipI have attached a copy of a pilot log book which I made years ago, it is an excel file.
Oh wow, that is fantastic! Thank you.
Originally Posted by TEVH
If it's not too much work, and you want to send some files my way, use email@example.com
Originally Posted by Jim Rickey