Capital Removal - Volume Calculator 2.0

Free Capital Removal - Volume Calculator screenshot fileWorks with Windows Vista
Furniture removalist utility. Calculate item quantities to cubic metres and cubic feet. Used to calculate load area required in furniture removal truck pan or shipping container. Also creates Inventory List. Freeware Developed by Capital Removal. Capital Removal are a Canberra ACT based furniture removal company. We provide furniture removal and relocation services to residents and commercial organisations in Eastern Australia. Our professionalism reliability and promptness are second to none. Thankyou for supporting Capital Removal Volume Calculator. Keep an eye out for other Capital Removal furniture removal related software.
Type : Freeware » EULA
OS Support : Windows All + Vista
Date stamp / Size : Feb, 12. 2009 / 306 kBytes
Asked : Web Browser
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v2.0 (May, 2. 2010)
Added printable inventory list. Added onkeyup handler for auto calculate. Reformatted javascript code, different usage, see volume_calculator.html
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