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Our Office (BQE Inc.) has been using the Windows version of Enercalc for a long time now. Initially there were some minor bugs. It all fixed and we LOVE IT!!!

Shafat



At 2/11/99 11:49 AM, you wrote:
>My observations about Enercalc were based on a version of the program
>that is several years old (we haven't updated for awhile).  I understand
>that the Windows version has been available since March of 1997. Perhaps
>someone with the most current version can give a more realistic
>evaluation of the present product.
>
>Jim Kestner, P.E.
>Green Bay, Wi.
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