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PostPosted: 25 Aug 2013, 09:02 
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The PC program written by Tony is not currently hosted on the UKW server, a copy is available On My Server
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Be aware that you will need the Visual Basic support and runtime files on and registered on your machine.
Details of source and how to install if not already on your system are addressed in the old posts/threads.
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search your system folders for msstdfmt.dll
may be in c:\windows\system32 folder
If it is then type this in run on start.
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\msstdfmt.dll
If you can't find it on your system then download a copy from MS site and place it in the above folder or just the windows folder. in which case you will need to run:
regsvr32 C:\Windows\msstdfmt.dll
You may have to do likewise with other files.

Original PC version thread by program authorTony


MAC version by Charley

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Cheers for the metric conversion on the calculator. I have been given a price per m3. How do I convert that price to cubic ft???

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http://www.metric-conversions.org/volum ... c-feet.htm

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I think I came across that calculator before. Do I just divide my m3 price by 35.315. What gives. Sorry has been a hard week and brain can't function.


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its either divide or multiply. if you do one and then fall off the chair with shock , its probably the other one :)

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no. hang on!

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yes divide. if 1m3 cost a tenner then 35.31ft3 cost a tenner, so tenner divided by 35.13 = 31p / ft3

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Yep thought that was the case. I was just trying to get my head around it... Cheers


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Very useful, thanks for sharing! It's good it includes a metric conversion as well


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Hi all,

I'm trying to download this calculator but having issues, the answers i guess are in the links in the first post... however when i quick on the links its says i am "not autherised to view" ??

Any ideas guys?

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David111s wrote:
Hi all,

I'm trying to download this calculator but having issues, the answers i guess are in the links in the first post... however when i quick on the links its says i am "not autherised to view" ??

Any ideas guys?

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Which version are you attempting to download?

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Hi thanks for the quick reply :)

It's the PC version, i've downloaded the version from the "my server link" and now stuck!

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The PC version is a Visual basic program, do you have the run files installed and registered on your PC. The details are given in the various threads.

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Nope, those are the bits im trying to find out about, i've clicked on the thread links in the first post but keep getting "you are not autherised"


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