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'''Fields'''&nbsp;- Sometimes there may be confusion as to what to type in the fields for Arrival Port, Departure Port, Port of Disembarkation, and Port of Embarkation. It may be helpful to know which indexing fields pertain to the ship and which are for the passengers. When the project is downloaded and before any organization of fields is done, the first thirteen fields pertain to the ship, and the remaining ten fields pertain to the passengers. '''[[Media:NZ_Fields.jpg|Chart of Fields]]'''  
'''Ports''' - Sometimes there may be confusion as to what to type in the fields for Arrival Port, Departure Port, Port of Disembarkation, and Port of Embarkation. It may be helpful to know which indexing fields pertain to the ship and which are for the passengers. When the project is downloaded and before any organization of fields is done, the first thirteen fields pertain to the ship, and the remaining ten fields pertain to the passengers. '''[[Media:NZ_Fields.jpg|Chart of Fields]]'''
 
  
 
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Fields - Sometimes there may be confusion as to what to type in the fields for Arrival Port, Departure Port, Port of Disembarkation, and Port of Embarkation. It may be helpful to know which indexing fields pertain to the ship and which are for the passengers. When the project is downloaded and before any organization of fields is done, the first thirteen fields pertain to the ship, and the remaining ten fields pertain to the passengers. Chart of Fields