It is possible, these days, to program for PC's (i.e .in Windows) using "Visual Basic".  i won't bore you with the technical details, but the nub of the matter is that it produces easy-to-use, user-friendly programs for IBM clones (that is, what is known as a PC these days).

 

    My age seems to shine through in this;  well, it's not all that long ago that Windows was invented.  (Oh, dear, there goes the age thing again - of course, the younger elements of our society don't remember the time before the PC - yet it was only a few years ago.  Poor things - they'll learn, one day)

 

Anyway, the fact of the matter is that I have written in Basic (and other computer languages) for a good part of my life, and extrapolating that to fit Windows is easy...... so if anyone wants a routine created, or similar, just call me.    My details are  in my CV so look 'em up - or use the Feedback page on this site.

 

See ya!  And waitin' to hear from ya!