The program serves to assist in a ham-radio activities secretarial with his hobby , such as Printing QSL cards or print labels directly from the program , printing envelopes and mailing envelopes for the feedback you send direct QSL cards, download address for sending cards direct from QRZ.COM or for any station. Checking whether for the QSO and his country is present QSL bureau.
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