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Old 25th Jun 2019, 14:35
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18greens
 
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Originally Posted by Genghis the Engineer View Post
I have a paper logbook as primary, and electronic (written by me in Excel as none of the commercial products suited my personal needs) as secondary. When I need to send anything to the CAA, they get a printout of the Excel logbook (printed on A3 it works out about 100hrs per side of paper), with my signature on the first and last pages stating "I certify that this is a true copy of my original logbook". I then shred the printout once they've sent it back with my licence.

They've always accepted it. The Excel logbook is backed up to two different places automatically as part of my normal data backup.

G
Good to know they are happy to accept an excel output. I might apply some thought to creating one from scratch. The paper one is a pain to add up and carries forwards errors in the subtotals.

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