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And for those of us who aren't using XP there's google, just type straight into the google search box 300 grams in ounces or 300 g in oz and google does the calc for you, returning 300 grams = 10.5821886 ounces works for almost any conversion but doesn't do graphs etc. Read more about it at http://www.google.com/help/features.html#calculatorwill also do 5 lbs in g / 252 but you have to do it as 5 lbs / 252 in g At 11:41 AM 3/8/2004 -0700, you wrote: if you're using XP, there is a cool calculator that you can get free from Microsoft called "PowerCalc." (Google for PowerCalcPowertoySetup.exe) It is sort of like a calculator with a tape but it does conversions. So for example you can type in: 300 [g->oz] or 5 [lb->g] / 252 It comes in real handy for these coffee bean weight calculations. (It also graphs, does base calculations and a million other things, but with a surprisingly simple interface.) -- Rick |

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Thats 'cos your clever :-) At 04:31 PM 3/8/2004 -0700, you wrote: < |