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Wednesday, April 21, 2010, 5:31:07 PM, you wrote:

> I always use maxquake from archforms.com
> This is a great spreadsheet that allows multistories and editing. Easy
> to change the model!

> Woodworks is difficult to use. If I ever have the time, I trust its 
> results the most but since architects never get it right the first time
> Woodworks becomes a handicap.

> I recommend owning both.

> David Merrick, SE

Speaking of Excel based diaphragm analysis programs, whatever happened to Multilat?

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Best regards,
 Mike                            mailto:mike(--nospam--at)mikeandmaryjones.org


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