Q: Does this program also price jobs like rhinestone tumblers or sneakers? TIA
A: Yes you can use the calculator to price nearly any design, you would just need to add the shoe or or tumbler as a product in the calculator to factor it into the cost.
Q: How is this calculator different from the job calculator?
A: The flatback job calculator is only designed for flatback stones, this calculator takes into accounts the cost of blanks, rhinestones, HTV, supplies, setup and hourly fees, etc.
Q: What are the system requirements?
A: The TRW Business Profit Calculator is a .xlsx file and is compatible with Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and newer. This product is not guaranteed to work with versions older than Excel 2007.
Q: I have other products that I use a pricing calculator in an excel document. I know how to merge sheets into other files. Can I also do that with your file? Or is it n protected? I would like to condense into one excel file if possible.
A: This Excel document is protected and cannot be combined with other documents.
Q: Do this calculator also have a way to help me determie cost for printer cutter jobs like full color decals and window signs? or its just focus on regular vinyl?
A: This calculator is not designed to work with print and cut jobs, only rhinestones and regular vinyl.
Q: Does this product help calculate taxes?
A: Unfortunately, this product does not factor taxes into its pricing, just the total cost per item/for the job, factoring in materials, blanks, and overheads.
Q: I have a Mac computer which has “Numbers” as spreadsheet program. Am I able to open this Excel file in Numbers?
A: Unfortunately this calculator was only designed to work with Microsoft Excel and will not work with alternatives such as Numbers or Open Office.
Q: Is this downloadable?
A: Yes, this product is a downloadable excel file.
Q: I am from another country, is it possible to change the currency, or is it not necessary??
A: This calculator is only designed to display rates in USD, you could enter the costs in your local currency, but it would still display the dollar sign instead of your local currency.
Q: Is this editable, such as being able to add additional tabs for other materials types??
A: You can add your material types in the excel file. Here is a video of the overview!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsQpeCVrAPg&t=6s