Originally Posted by AVL_HopHead
That sounds good, I'll take a look at it. Thanks! Is this the sort of thing most folks use or just the absentminded pro like myself?
Lots of people use brewing software. I went to a friends house Saturday to learn how to do all grain. He was using iBREW on his iPAD. I was using Brewtarget on my laptop to compare softwares. All of our numbers were extremely close as far as water temps, volumes, gravity readings, etc. With Brewtarget you can also print out a "brew day" checklist that gives a step by step directions. Also, one of the good thing about Brewtarget is that it's a free down load. If I really like it after a couple of brews, I plan on making a donation. If you don't like it, you can always buy Beersmith. Here's the link. What do ya have to lose.
Here's the homebrewtalk link that tells you all about it and may answer some of your questions.