Choose Awards/DXCC Totals to produce a summary that includes the number of DXCC countries worked and QSL status summaries for each band and mode.
Choose Awards/DXCC Checklist to produce a detailed list of your DXCC status country-by-country and band-by-band (similar to the ARRL DXCC Checklist).
Choose Awards/DXCC Worked+Confirmed to produce a list that shows callsigns for counties that have been worked or confirmed. This report shows one confirmed callsign and up to three unconfirmed callsigns for each country. This report lets you know which QSOs are candidates for award submission or for QSL requests.
Choose Awards/DXCC Critical QSOs to produce a list of contacts, which, if confirmed, would boost your DXCC totals. Just scan down the QSL Sent column to see which cards haven't been sent or are long overdue and should be sent again. A ! is used to flag a line representing a QSO that would increment your country totals for all bands. A + is used to flag a line representing a QSO that would increment your mode totals. Un-flagged lines represent QSOs that would increment single band totals. For more information see Critical QSO Summaries.
Choose Awards/DXCC Needed Countries to produce a list of unconfirmed countries. You'll get a prompt that allows you to select which summaries you'd like to see; bands, modes, or any combination. Countries that have been worked will be flagged with a +, and a * is used to flag countries with cards outstanding.
Choose Awards/DXCC Submission Tracking to produce a list of QSOs submitted, accepted, or rejected for the DXCC award. This report also shows confirmed QSOs that are candidates for submission. For more information see Award Submission Tracking.
Choose Awards/DXCC Create Submission Forms to produce a set of DXCC Record Sheet forms that can be used for DXCC field-checking. The important thing to remember when using this menu item is that the only QSOs that will included are QSOs that have a DXCC Submission date set but do not have a DXCC Accepted or Rejected date set. The report optionally allows you to set filters to select a subset of these QSOs. You can filter by DXCC Submission date, by bands, or by modes. If you are submitting QSL cards that include QSOs with previous callsigns, be sure to fill in these calls when you are prompted for the report options. For more information see Award Submission Tracking.
Choose Awards/DXCC Challenge Totals to produce a summary that includes the number of DXCC countries worked and QSL status summaries for each band. The DXCC Challenge totals differ from the DXCC totals in that they do not include values for modes (Mixed/Phone/CW/RTTY) or for deleted countries.
The Awards/DXCC reports display an options dialog box that allows you to select which log entries are included in the report - all log entries or only the entries that were selected by the last log search.
The options dialog also allows you to select the report destination - "Screen", "File", "Printer", or any combination.
If you don't choose "File" or "Printer" as a destination you can still save or print the contents of the report by choosing File/Print or File/Save As... from the report window. You can also save or print the report using the icons at the lower right of the report window.
By default any Awards/DXCC report that creates a list of QSOs or callsigns resets the "currently selected" log entries to the log entries that appear in the report. This has the effect of substituting a new set of log entries for the entries you selected on your last log search. So, if you don't want your currently selected entries changed, un-set this option.
By default the DXCC/Worked+Confirmed and DXCC/Submission Tracking reports will include entries that you have marked as accepted for DXCC. Un-set this option if you only want to see entries that have not been accepted for DXCC.
Double-clicking on callsigns in a DXCC report will move the Log window to the corresponding entry.
If the DXCC "rejected" date for a QSO is set the QSO is no longer considered to be worked, confirmed, or submitted. The QSO will not contribute to any values in the DXCC Totals report (except the "rejected" count). If there is another QSO that can be used in place of the rejected QSO then the rejected QSO won't even contribute to the "rejected" count.