What is the difference between Itinenary & Point A to B

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    What is the difference between Itinerary and Point A to B on my tomtom one? What I'm trying to do is to be able to put a lot of addresses in my tomtom and then have it give me the best route to get all my papers deleivered.
     
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    + Point A to B is one shot from the source address (point A) to the destination address (point B)
    + Itinerary is point to point to point, means from source to waypoint to waypoint to ......... to destination.

    With Tomtom, you must manually arrange the waypoints, there is no automatically generating best route (shortest route) for you.
     
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    Itinerary allows for multiple points (waypoints or destinations) which is what you want. A-B is just planning an advanced route from one place to another.
     
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    So I should use the itienary for planning my mutli stop.
     
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