The WinConverter has from version 2 the unique feature. It allows you to create the conversion table of any category. It is very useful, when you need to convert any unit and you don't have a computer. It gives you also better abstract about units. The WinConverter allows you customize the conversion table. You can design your table down-the-line. You can choose the units, organize it and set the type of results.
Choose from this list the category for the conversion table.
Note: |
There are the linear category only. You cannot create the table from non-linear category. The non-linear categories are: Fractions, Frequency Wavelength, Fuel Efficiency, HVAC Efficiency, Numbers and Temperature. |
There you can
choose the units for the table. One unit = one row. There is no limit of units.
Use the drag&drop (left button) for change the units order.
Press the right button to display the pop-up menu.
There you can
choose the units for the table. One unit = one column. There is limit of units.
The count of allowed units depends on the paper orientation. For horizontal
orientation you can choose at most 10 units. For vertical orientation there
is limit of 6 units.
Use the drag&drop (left button) for change the units order.
Press the right button to display the pop-up menu.
You can use two types of numbers to display the results in the table.
General | The value is converted to the shortest possible decimal string using fixed or scientific format. Trailing zeros are removed from the resulting string, and a decimal point appears only if necessary. The resulting string uses fixed point format if the number of digits to the left of the decimal point in the value is less than or equal to the specified precision, and if the value is greater than or equal to 0.00001. Otherwise the resulting string uses scientific format. |
Scientific |
The value is converted to a string of the form "-d.ddd...E+ddd". The resulting string starts with a minus sign if the number is negative. One digit always precedes the decimal point. |
Determinate the paper orientation for print. It is also important for the count of allowed columns in the table. For horizontal orientation you can choose at most 10 units. For vertical orientation there is limit of 6 units.
You can create two types of conversion tables which differ in method of reading results. The determining attribute, which allow you to differentiate between these types, is the arrow in the top of every table. See the following tables.
Right & Up
Down & Left
Displays the preview form of the conversion table.
Prints out the conversion table.
Closes this dialog.