GS2Web Calculator Template Description

GS2Web Calculator Template Description

GS2Web Calculator provides you with an easy to use calculator template which opens once you answer questions like how many inputs and whether you want to draw graph. Here are certain important aspect of the  calculator template  

It always spans from columns A to H if no graph is required     

If one graph is required, the template spans from A to J      

If two graphs required, then the template spans from A to L     

Pictorial explanation of calculator template

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