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Old 12-26-2007, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This is a board foot calculator I made, it's in excel and published to a web page. I am going to port it to something else so our friends that's NOT using pc's can also view and use this.

http://wetlands.simplyaquatics.com/d...-3/BF-calc.htm

http://wetlands.simplyaquatics.com/d...+feet+calc.xls
This one is the .xls file itself

Basically you enter L x W x D and the cost, it returns the price per board foot. you can also enter the cubic inch if you happen to know that.

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Thanks for the handy calculator. I added another step. Taking your board ft calculation, I added a cell to enter the price per board foot and let it calculate the total cost. Should be useful for ordering wood from a supplier.
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OH I totally forgot about that part, that's a good idea.

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