Once it has checked all the past draws specified, it now moves to the range of 2 to 99 and repeats the above pattern. Then it will move to 3 to 99, 4 to 99, 5 to 99 and so on repeating the pattern above. Once it has run through the entire database of past draws, it stores these results in the top right corner of the first two tabs under the pull down. Now, lets say Lotto Logic Pros powerful Range Finder feature, not found in any other lottery program, reads 78 and 89 past draws as the ranges with the most matches overall. You can switch to either of these ranges and select Hot and/or Due numbers from the range of past draws that you decide to use.
How to start Range Finder
You can start the Range Finder in several ways. One way is to use Auto Calc (short for Automatically Calculate) which can be started by clicking on the lightening bolt in the main toolbar or by clicking on the Calculate button located on the Range Finder (Trends) tab. Another way to start or use Range Finder is by changing the range manually and viewing the results in the Range Finder (Trends) tab. You can change the range by clicking on the up and down arrowheads beside the text box with the past draws value in it. This is located at the top right corner of the Range Finder (Trends) tab and is always present in the Ticket Selection tab as well. Auto Calc will always run through the entire database of past draws no matter how many past draws are currently calculated in the program.