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It is very true that Word is not a natural platform for calculations if
you actually want it to DO the calculations (as opposed to just
"presenting" the calculations that you otherwise have done by hand in a
"prettier" form).  But that is where TEDDS comes into play.  TEDDS "adds"
the functionality of actually DOING the calculations in Word.  TEDDS kind
of "turns" Word into the program like MathCAD.

It is still worthwhile to note that Excel is still better for some
calculations.  But, TEDDS does make Word into a useful calculation


Adrian, MI

On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 Markajohn(--nospam--at) wrote:

> List,
> Is there not a structural calculation package for Excel?  Does anybody know
> of one?  Word doesn't seem like a natural platform for calculations and I would
> guess that most people on this list can do more with Excel than with Word for
> calculations.  Hopefully, an Excel-based package would be cheaper too.
> Mark Johnson

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