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Chris,


 


That's a super idea!  You're
uniquely able to do this because of your IT experience.  Everyone on this list has many favorite calcs
and details.  It seems to me that someone
does something of value it should be made available for others so we all don't
have to invent everything from scratch.  


 


PDF could be created with utilities like my favorite free
one, "cutepdf writer" at cutepdf.com. 
I can suggest that things ought to be well documented with dates,
reference codes, materials, purpose, and even names and email addresses and
other commentary.  If it's possible to
also submit Excel files and Autocad files, that would be helpful too.  My calcs tend to morph into little mini Excel
utilities and I think many people here do the same thing after reading the
discussion about Excel functions over the last week.  


 


I hope people will submit things to your site.  And I hope Dennis Wish sees this and re-posts
a link to his excellent site as well.  


 


Mark Johnson


 





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