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On Feb 7, 2009, at 1:01 PM, Bill Allen wrote:

I hate to bring out the "Big Gun" of an analysis program when I have a simple frame to analyze. Is anyone aware of a FEM Add-In for Excel?
I bet you could make a really fine implementation of some of the old style virtual work solutions for small frames with less trouble than it'd take to figure out how someone else did it and much less work than getting up to speed with FEM software. Failing that, check version tracker or some similar site for small frame shareware.

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