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November 8th, 1999

[4:30 PM] Find Dates Past And Future With Update To Calendar Conversion
by Staff

Panda Systems has updated another one of their handy utilities. This time, they have tackled Calendar Conversion, which allows users to find dates in the past, future, and between different calendars. The update includes bug fixes and new features. According to Panda Systems:

Panda Systems is pleased to announce the upgrade of Calendar Conversion to version 2.1.

Calendar Conversion is a MacOS application designed to calculate dates past and future, with the ability to convert dates between the Gregorian, Julian, and Jewish calendar systems. It is especially useful for historical research, genealogies, date planning, etc.

Version 2.1 - Added printing of date windows. Fixed a cosmetic bug that prevented the Gregorian monthly calendar from ever displaying the twenty-ninth of February.

You can find more information and download links on Calendar Conversion at the company's web site. Calendar Conversion is freeware.


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