Chuch, why use on-line HF calculator? I mean, if you have on lrns HF calculator use that. It should be accurate for that lens.
Set infinity on f32. See what distance is on focus mark. That is hyperfocal distance for your lens for f32. On oposite f32 mark is closest distance which will be in focus. For example 3 meters (9 feets). So, everything from 3m (9 ft) to infinity will be in focus when you close aperture on f32. Same procedure for any aperture opening. SO, no need for on-line hyper focus calculator.
Hope I didn't made mistakes when writting this