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Converting Grid Reference to Latitude+Longitude Info

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Hi ,

How can I convert Grid Reference to Latitude+Longitude Info.

Can you share me the formula or ..

VBA Code to enable in the worksheet...

I am attaching a sample file...
LATLONG-GRID.xlsx
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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I think you ought to ask this question in the maths forum and not in excel forum.

In any case, the coordinates you have provided are connected to a local system and you have to provide the parameters of that local system to be able to convert to the longitude/latitude.
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by:Lawrence Barnes
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Without a grid reference point and and scale there is not a way to correlate this to latitude/longitude.  Below is an article explaining how this could be done manually.

http://www.ehow.com/how_8788145_convert-grid-coordinates-latitude-longitude.html
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All are just information only, no proper solution
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