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11-29-2004, 03:39 PM
Winwaed Software Technology announce the release of MileCharter, their mileage chart calculator.

MileCharter quickly and efficiently calculates mileage tables using Microsoft MapPoint

Winwaed Software Technology have released their MileCharter add-in for MapPoint. MileCharter is capable of automatically calculating mileage tables and charts including route distances, travel times and estimated costs. Output is in the form of an Excel spreadsheet.

Supporting all of MapPoint's routing options, MileCharter can be quickly set with a few clicks to batch compute hundreds if not thousands of route calculations.

A traditional "road atlas" table can be created by using the same source and destination locations. Alternatively the source and destination locations can be different, allowing numerous business functions such as serving customers or suppliers.

Full details, examples, and a free trial can be found at:


A Special Introductory Price of $35.00 per MileCharter license applies for all purchases before 31st December 2004.

The regular price is $50 per license. VAT (EU) and Sales Tax (Texas) may apply. Volume discounts are available.

MileCharter Licenses can be purchased from:


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12-28-2004, 02:34 PM
Winwaed Software Technology announce the release of MileCharter v1.1, adding support for MapPoint 2002.

MileCharter computes mileage charts and tables using MapPoint, saving the output to Excel. Capable of computing route distances, travel times, and estimate costs; MileCharter supports both the European and North American editions of MapPoint 2002 and 2004

For further details, see:


The Special Introductory Price of $35.00/license remains in effect until 31st December 2004.

Existing registered users may upgrade for free.

Richard Marsden