1- is the info entered correct? Yes.
2- which azimuth should i take ? the true or the compass bearing?
If you have a compass use the compass bearing. It does not much matter, just swing the beam boldly near the correct angle. Tonight the sun sets at an azimuth angle of 271 deg (i.e. in the west) , so the satellite azimuth is 10 deg to the left of that.
3-if I want to know the look angle, should I use the (elevation :37.71 degree) got from the masterpro software? or 37.75 - (offset angle) which might be 22.5 degree?
I don't know the offset angle of your dish. If the offset angle is 22.5 deg then the front face of the dish needs tilting backwards at 37.7 - 22.5 = 15 deg. There may be a paper in the box with the antenna that tells you about offset angle.
4- someone told me to do it like that :
90 - [ look angle from sat masterpro- offset angle ] is that correct?
Apply a plank of wood across the front of the dish. Upright is 0 deg slope. Tilted backwards 15 deg may be what is wanted. You may well have to add/subract 90 deg or read the scale backwards. You can apply the inclinometer either way round and also tipped 90 deg so as to get readings that make sense.
Prodelin dishes may have a piece of metal lower down behind the dish which is at right angles to the beam. You can place the inclinometer here.
5- when i used my SUNNTO ( inclinometer ) for the elevation i was able to get a clear horizon above 37 degree...is that put me on the safe side?
I am worried what you mean. It is best if the horizon is some 5 or 10 deg below the satellite (i.e. clear above 32 or 27 deg elevation). Get someone to aim a plank of wood or pipe in the required direction and apply the inclinometer to the wood/pipe. If there is a mountain horizon or building wall exactly at an elevation angle of 37 deg then the satellite is hardly visible. You are welcome to try and see if it is possible, but it may not work and you may have to move the dish to a better location.
6- what is the frequency i use to track the satellite? i have digital meter , and i thot i might program the frequency and then track the signal ...etc , just the way we do it with PAS 1R , PAS 10...etc , when i called one of the engineer in the company he said i should look around 1350 MHZ , Is that enough?
What carrier are you trying to receive ? See https://www.lyngsat.com/amc12.html
There is a Metro Ghana carrier at 3805 MHz so that might be detectable at 5150 - 3805 = 1345 MHz ?
This assumes your LNB has a 5150 MHz LO frequency. It is a very small carrier: symbol rate 2142K 7/8 FEC.
Please note that AMC-12 uses linear polarisation for C band, so polarisation angle adjustment is important. For Horizontal receive polarisation the starting position is with the LNB waveguide with its broad faces to either side and the thin edges at top and bottom. Then rotate adjust the LNB/Feed by facing towards the satellite and turning it clockwise 77 deg. This is a very large movement. Placing an inclinometer sideways across on the LNB will help a lot.
Best regards, Eric.