Videos are being created to show the basics of using WinPCD. As most users probably know, it's much like the original PCD spreadsheet, but there are differences and a number of new options. For those who have never used either one, this should be a good introduction. I've attempted to make the program as intuitive as possible, but there will always be areas that could use some explanation or demonstration.
These were started when the program was at v1.103 and lacked a few of the latest additions. Some more recent videos were created using v1.200, although there were few changes to the original tabbed pages, so those will probably remain unchanged. The biggest, and maybe most useful change in v1.2 is that the user can now make crossover design changes directly from the schematic window. Previously that window was used only to display the circuits and allow the user to print a circuit with component values. Now the user can also design directly from the schematic window by modifying the individual component values of those selected to be in the design. The main form is updated as well as all aspects of the design, to include the graphs on both the main form and, if it has been opened, the system graphs window.
I've tried to embed, but can't do it. I'll update later this if it can be done. For now, the link to the videos is below.