If you have a premium membership for Geocaching.com, you can create custom geocache files (in .gpx) format called pocket queries on the Geocaching.com website. When you download a pocket query it creates waypoint layer on the Draw tab.
You can manage your pocket queries from within DeLorme Topo North America and quickly sync them with your PN-Series GPS.
Create a New Pocket Query
On the Map Files tab, click Geocaching, and then click New Pocket Query. The Geocaching.com website opens on the New Pocket Query page.
Log in to the website and create a pocket query.
Edit a Pocket Query
You must be logged in through Topo North America to view and edit a pocket query.
On the Map Files tab, click the pocket query you want to edit.
Click Geocaching and then click Edit Pocket Query. The Geocaching.com website opens on the page for your pocket query.
Log in to the website and edit your pocket query.
Update Pocket Queries
You must be logged in through Topo North America to update a pocket query.
On the Map Files tab, click Geocaching and then click Update. The Geocaching Pocket Queries list in the map files list updates.
Auto-update Pocket Queries
If you want pocket queries to automatically update, click Auto Update on the Geocaching menu to select the check box. As long as you are logged in, pocket queries will update automatically when you open Topo North America.
Pocket Queries and Draw Layers
When you download a pocket query, it creates a geocache waypoint layer on the Draw tab. These draw layers have some characteristics that make them different from regular waypoint draw layers: