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Prac-Distance Reductions

Course: SVY 3107, Fall 2009
School: Allan Hancock College
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- SVY3107 GEODETIC SURVEYING B - 2008 TUTORIAL/PRACTICAL DISTANCE REDUCTIONS Obtain copy of Distred.XLS In Windows Explorer click right button on this file - Properties - General - Attributes Make sure that Distred.XLS is not Read Only. Go to `Distance Reduction' sheet and expand the spreadsheet using Tools - Options tick on Outline Symbols. Cell E27 should contain the following formula:...

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