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Quick Canadian Mileage calculator

Tired of doing conversions to figure out your MPG when you fill er up with litres and travel in miles?

Here's a little exel spreadsheet I wrote to keep your logs and automaticaly calculate your mileage in Canadian and US gallons..


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Old 09-19-2005, 06:34 AM
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That is very cool...thanks
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Nice. I was gonna write a VB program on the weekend to do the exact same thing.
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Here is one online that does not require a spreadsheet program:

http://www.1728.com/convmlge.htm

This converts from imperial gallons as well as liters etc.
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I've finished my fuel economy calculator. If anyone wants a personalized version, send me an e-mail.

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Slight change in the program - reflected in the above pic.

You can download the program HERE


Sorry for hi -j- acking the thread.


Also taking suggestions for additions or modifications to the program.

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metric fuel economy is usualy expressed in litres per hundred Km
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L/100KM is the first conversion on his list.

That program is some sort of compressed (RAR) file. I do not have the software to open it. Can you put it in a zip file?
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Yep, it is HERE.

I think he was talking about the spreadsheet. I wasn't able to enter distance in miles in that spreadsheet.
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