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I use Mathcad a lot. It is a little more expensive and irritating at first, but it can be very powerful and fast when you learn it.
My handwriting is bad too. I often erase and write things over because it looks so bad when I finish.


From: tiger(--nospam--at)
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: TEDDS
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 08:01:00 +0900

I'm in the market for a program or an add on for Word that will allow me to "do" hand calculations quickly and easily using my PC.  The only product that I have found is TEDDS, does anyone on the list use this program?  If so, can you give me your thoughts on it?
My handwriting is pretty horrible, and slow as well, so I am much faster using my keyboard.  The program would need to allow me to enter equations easily, so greek characters would be a must.  I have gotten into the habit of using PDF files to store all of my project calculations so that I can submit electronic files to my clients as well as archive using my computer (I tend to lose paper) - using a program instead of handwriting would cut the scannning step out of the process and hopefully save me more time.
I am a one man show, so I don't want to throw away a pot of money - that said, if something really does the trick then I would be willing to fork out some cash.
Any comments or especially opinions regarding software that you all use would be greatly appreciated.
Terangue *Tiger* Gillham, PE
GK2, Inc.
PO Box 8061, Koror, Palau 96940
Phone: (680) 488-7282 office
             779-6051 cellular
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