This trick involves WinScan's WFF file format (this is the format your
channel lists and trunk scanlists are stored in). If you open a WFF file in
Note Pad or any other text file editor, you'll notice that the WFF format is
actually a comma-separated values file or CSV for short, which can be viewed
in virtually any spreadsheet program. By making a copy of your working WFF
file and converting it to a CSV, you can keep a database of your favorite
channels and GIDs. Give it a try.