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Can someone advise how a step change or an altitude change is done when using a networked version of P2A (which doesn't allow you to speak to the ATC)?  

If this is not possible then I would suggest a few entries offered in the text selection area for altitude climb/descent (maybe 3 - 5 options increasing by 1000 for each one).  That way you can gradually request a different altitude up or down close to yours.

Hilkiah G. Lavinier

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If set up correctly, you can speak to ATC in a networked installation.

However, another option is to request altitude changes using SayIt Plus (?+).  There you can enter the desired altitude and let the copilot make the request.


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