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#13132 08/25/02 10:11 AM
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I have a conversion program takes up very little space i put it right on my desktop. I think alot of you would like to have this only problem is i dont know how to send it to this page, if some one does i can email it to them and they can post it to the forum.

#13133 08/25/02 04:06 PM
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jl,

There may be copyright issues involved with something like that. If it is shareware perhaps you could find a link on the web where someone could download it.

What is it called, and what does it do?

Bill


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#13134 08/25/02 06:56 PM
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It was mailed to me from my physics instructor back a few years ago when i was in school it has no copyright issues that i know of. it does fource, temp, distance, pressure, light, power all kinds of conversions.

#13135 08/27/02 03:56 AM
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I think this is the same one. It's free and it comes in handy once in a while.
http://www.joshmadison.com/software/convert/

#13136 08/27/02 06:32 AM
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Thats it TE thanks for the link, i didn't know were it came from.

#13137 08/27/02 07:39 AM
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If any of you are on "America Off Line", there are some good electrical shareware programs available for download through their
download center...FREE [Linked Image]
There's an NEC calculator (conduit fill, conductor sizing, transformers, motors,& more), and "Panel 3.0" that does panel cards, load calcs, etc.

#13138 09/03/02 03:13 PM
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I hope you are putting only short cuts on your desktop. If you put applications on the desktop you will begin to fill up your registry. If you screw up the registry your in for a lot of trouble with your computer. sometimes all you can do is reload the operating system to fix the mess.

#13139 09/03/02 09:20 PM
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yes short cuts thats what i mean. sorry about that just took it as a given.


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