Ernst OE3IDE has written a useful little applet that provides an on-screen reminder of ATU settings per band, instead of having to rely on a paper crib sheet.
It connects to your EE radio by TCI and therefore follows band changes. As it does so, it displays your programmed data of Tune and Load (called Antenna and Input on some ATUs) so that you can instantly see which ATU, its coax position, and tuning settings are needed.
An example is shown below
In this case, when on 160m I need my AT1500 on coax 2. The applet has a limitation of only accepting whole integers so the 90 and 85 tell me to set the ATU at 9.0 and 8.5 with the inductor at 55.
It can be set to always be on top and of course can be loaded at the start of ESDR2 using the Features menu.
The lower section can be programmed for a 2nd ATU if required.