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Concrete Mix Calculator

Concrete Mix Calculator

Concrete Mix Calculator

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http://www.BillMcMillan.com/CON-CALC

CON-CALC will be useful to anyone experimenting with different concrete mixes. It will allow easy documentation of the test samples, and the various characteristics associated with each test batch in either METRIC or US measures.

CON-CALC can provide a history of test results detailing various mix formulas. There is a push-button facility for printing and for  saving the current file in the CON-CALC directory, in the project name subdirectory with a date/time stamp and the project description.

CON-CALC will automatically create the CON-CALC directory on the "C" drive, and will automatically create and maintain the various subdirectories and the files in them.

CON-CALC is based on Excel and Visual Basic for Applications, and requires Excel to run. It does not have to be installed or loaded as an "addin". Just open it in Excel, and begin entering data.

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