Howdy folks - now from the Right Coast!!!

Anyway, two expensive items packed carefully in lots of Styrofoam peanuts, marked 'Handle with Care', and with big arrows 'This Side Up' were wrecked in my move out east from bucolic San Diego to sunny and stunning Raleigh. One was my television. One was my computer.

On my computer was an old utility I found here called 'Rolos IFT Decoder Wheel'. Now, way back in the day you could just copy and paste the contents of the IFT Transaction Report into his spreadsheet and wham o you got the number of shares moved around without resorting to a calculator - which is just a mess. When TSP changed their report to a pretty picture that feature went away - but, obviously, the calculating function remained.

So, I guess I have two questions:
  1. Is there a more current tool for getting the number of shares bought and sold for each fund during an IFT?
  2. and, if not, is there a spot where this little spreadsheet is hiding?

I don't need the copy/paste thang, I just need something I can enter the share count before and after the transaction - because that is what TSP gives us