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pweaudiotech 5th January 2012 02:26 PM

Excel Workbook Electronics Calculators
You can now download my Excel Workbook Electronics Calculators Workbook at:

and My Excel Resistor Code Worksheet at:

dogsbark26 6th January 2012 03:23 PM

Link is not an Excel file. File unzipped into an .exe!

Conrad Hoffman 6th January 2012 05:54 PM

The exe is just the installer, though I'm not sure why it even needs one. I'd prefer just the straight xls file. Not a bad effort, but I can't seem to move or expand the window to fill my Excel screen in 2003 (yes, a lot of people haven't upgraded). Also, I like to make my inputs and outputs different colors, say red for user input and blue for calculated outputs.

pweaudiotech 9th April 2012 08:15 PM

Here is the basic version Excel File with can also use 'Gnumeric' instead of Excel. Does not require VBA.

Click On This Link: ecalcxls.xls

planet10 9th April 2012 08:24 PM


Originally Posted by pweaudiotech (Post 2978938)
Does not require VBA.


opens fine on my Mac... looks like the images are jpgs (which makes them noisy/fuzzy) gifs or png would be better.



Zoors 22nd April 2012 05:06 PM

Very nice XL Sheet! Thanks mate. :)

AndrewT 22nd April 2012 05:33 PM

The first two sheets I opened were not protected.

The first thing you should do is select each sheet in turn and protect it.
Then save the protected version as a spare and save again for your repeated use.

pweaudiotech 22nd May 2012 08:42 PM

I have reformatted the Images so that they are now small GIF Files resulting in reduced overall XLS File size.
NOTICE: The reason I have not protected the Worksheets or Workbook in this Version is so that it can also be accessed with "Gnumeric" Excel compatible spreadsheet App or other similar compatible Software that might not allow protected file access. I also recommend that you protect each sheet individually and then protect the Workbook as mentioned. Also save the original as the 'Default' backup...


dogsbark26 22nd May 2012 09:02 PM

Thank you.

pweaudiotech 26th May 2012 01:20 AM


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