In these folder names, <drive> is the letter of the hard disk where Flight Simulator 2000 or Flight Simulator 2002 are installed.
To view the logbook entries in the Pilots folder, double-click the default Logbook.log or the logbook that you created in the game.
Note If you are prompted to select the program that you want to use to open the logbook file, click NotePad in the Choose the program you want to use box. Click to clear the Always use this program to open this file check box, and then click OK.
Information about the logbook in Flight Simulator X
To view your flight log entries in Flight Simulator X, follow these steps:
Start Flight Simulator X.
Click Pilot Records.
Click the Logbook tab.
To learn more about the logbook in Flight Simulator X, follow these steps:
On the main menu, click Learning Center.
Click the Index tab, and then click L.
Under the Logs heading, click Using a Logbook.
To enter dates in the logbook in international date formats download and install the appropriate Flight Simulator 2000 Update for your language version of Flight Simulator 2000.
To download and install the Flight Simulator 2000 Update for your language version of Flight Simulator 2000, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Microsoft Flight Simulator X Deluxe, Microsoft Flight Simulator X Standard, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: Century of Flight, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Standard Edition, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Professional Edition, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 Standard Edition, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 Professional Edition