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Mix & Match units example... needs further development 6 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0  
The spreadsheet calculators I've developed save me a LOT of time. Unfortunately, units are a constant problem. Seems like I have values in one set of units but need them in another. The attached experiment, (idea from the XLC template) allows you to input values in any units (that are supported)and the output can give the answer in any units. -Scott
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Re:Mix & Match units example... needs further development 6 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 493  
Yes I can see what you are doing here and you have implemented it very nicely. The ExcelCalcs template does not do unit conversions it simply swaps between systems of consistent units. For conversions I tend to use another addin called changeunits. There is an explanatory video on the download page. I hope this is useful to you.
 
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