The following is a simulated screen print for a spread sheet calculating the hole
coordinates for holes placed in an enclosing diameter. Note the following--
a. The column headings A, B, C, etc. and the row numbers, 1, 2, 3, etc.
b. There are just two user entered items A6 and B6. That is 5 and 0.650.
c. From the two entered items the sheet calculates, Hole diameter (B11), Radius at
hole centre (C11), angle between holes (D11) and the coordinates for both methods,
that is as Sk.1 (Circle centre) and Sk.2 (extreme coordinates)
d. With the cursor resting on a cell the formula within that cell, if any, is shown
at the bottom of the page, B16 being shown in this case.