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Subject:Re: Temperature converter? From:Don Timmerman <timmerma -at- IPDLINK -dot- IPD -dot- ANL -dot- GOV> Date:Fri, 15 May 1998 10:41:03 -0600
If you can't find a conversion software, you can use a spreadsheet.
Use cell A1 to enter your Celsius degrees.
In cell B1, enter the following formula: =PRODUCT(1.8,A1).
In cell C1, enter the follwing formula: =SUM(B1,32) The Fahrenheit
degrees will be displayed in this cell.
Don Timmerman, dtimmerman -at- anl -dot- gov
Senior Technical Writer
Argonne National Laboratory (near Chicago)
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Subject: Temperature converter?
Author: Nora Merhar <nmerhar -at- CHARLESINDUSTRIES -dot- COM> at ipdlink
Date: 5/15/98 9:58 AM
Please excuse me if this is off-topic.
I have a need, for a document I'm doing, to convert a bunch of
temperature specifications given in degrees Celsius to degrees
Fahrenheit. It's Friday, and I don't want to think too much--does
anyone know of any shareware or freeware I can download that would do
that for me?