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Posted: June 1, 2012, 10:22 am - IP Logged

Some gapping version for the village idiot who still uses EXcel 2003?or it's asking too

much ROFL

You're very clever in this Exc.writing ,I wish to see your name writen with beautiful large

letters on any piece you put your hand ....and maybe just your name should be ,

mad texan is not enough Thumbs Up

Nah, not a village idiot...I just upgraded to Excel 2010 a couple weeks ago. Before that it was 2003 all the way! Anyway, here's a link to an Excel 2003 version:

https://www.box.com/s/fe2e809292df239d9f96

Good luck!

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    Some gapping version for the village idiot who still uses EXcel 2003?or it's asking too

    much ROFL

    You're very clever in this Exc.writing ,I wish to see your name writen with beautiful large

    letters on any piece you put your hand ....and maybe just your name should be ,

    mad texan is not enough Thumbs Up

    Yes his programs are very good.  We are lucky in this forum to have people like Texasmadman,Carlig,Winsomeloosesum and others who spend their time working on programs for others.

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      Posted: June 1, 2012, 10:26 am - IP Logged

      Works great with Excel for sure.

      Wish I knew half as much about excel as you do.

      Looks very promising in Florida .

      Thank You

      Carlig

      Hi, CarliG. For those out there, like you, that want to learn to use Excel for lotto purposes, I'm starting a YouTube channel where I will teach you everything I know. So far, I just have a couple of videos up, but will be adding more and more as time allows. I will teach everything from the basics all the way up to designing and implementing full lottery systems. Excel is a hobby of mine, and I know there are plenty of people out there who would like to learn more about it for lotto purposes....here's your chance!

      http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc2vb5s-7sXZKWA7EhmcPzA?feature=mhee

      And, by the way CarliG, I've seen some of your Excel work and you're no slouch! Thumbs Up

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        Posted: June 1, 2012, 10:26 am - IP Logged

        Thanks lakerben.....and texasmadman....I do some testing in NJ and report back.

        Happy Birthday lakerben!!! Disney

        Thanks!  879 /pi and then the gaps> -111 rundown.

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          Nah, not a village idiot...I just upgraded to Excel 2010 a couple weeks ago. Before that it was 2003 all the way! Anyway, here's a link to an Excel 2003 version:

          https://www.box.com/s/fe2e809292df239d9f96

          Good luck!

          The Excel 2003 Version seems to work on Open Office now but just not sure where

          put into the last draw #. There are 3 boxes on the Top. which one is for last draw?

          or one digit is put in the each box? Do you have P4 Version? Thanks for your great

          work and sincere share!!!

          Best regards,

          lb

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            Posted: June 1, 2012, 11:09 am - IP Logged

            The Excel 2003 Version seems to work on Open Office now but just not sure where

            put into the last draw #. There are 3 boxes on the Top. which one is for last draw?

            or one digit is put in the each box? Do you have P4 Version? Thanks for your great

            work and sincere share!!!

            Best regards,

            lb

            Cell B1 is where the last draw is entered. You select it from a drop-down list. No version for Pick 4 as of yet.

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              Cell B1 is where the last draw is entered. You select it from a drop-down list. No version for Pick 4 as of yet.

              No Cell B1, just F2, H2, and J2. Also, no a drop-down list and i have to print my # into

              the three boxes by hand. What's wrong in my operation? Thanks.

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                No Cell B1, just F2, H2, and J2. Also, no a drop-down list and i have to print my # into

                the three boxes by hand. What's wrong in my operation? Thanks.

                The spreadsheet probably isn't compatible with OpenOffice.

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                  Posted: June 1, 2012, 11:26 am - IP Logged

                  The spreadsheet probably isn't compatible with OpenOffice.

                  But my Microsoft Works Spreadsheet can not work for the both versions too. Why?

                  How can I do that next? Thanks.

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                    Yes his programs are very good.  We are lucky in this forum to have people like Texasmadman,Carlig,Winsomeloosesum and others who spend their time working on programs for others.

                    I Agree!

                     

                    Great work lakerben and Texas Madman !

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                      I Agree!

                       

                      Great work lakerben and Texas Madman !

                      Thanks, Kola.

                       

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                        But my Microsoft Works Spreadsheet can not work for the both versions too. Why?

                        How can I do that next? Thanks.

                        Just a suggestion....Microsoft allows you to download a 60 day free trial of Excel 2010. I just don't have the kind of time that required to make all these systems work in Excel, Open Office, Microsoft Works, etc.

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                          Results of the program using the Georgia  p3 evening draw,

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                            Ohio Evening p3.

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                            841433
                            730556
                            629679
                            518792
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                              Just a suggestion....Microsoft allows you to download a 60 day free trial of Excel 2010. I just don't have the kind of time that required to make all these systems work in Excel, Open Office, Microsoft Works, etc.

                              Hi, Texas MadMan:

                              Thanks for your very nice suggestion!

                              However, it's no problem to me urgently since I don't play P3 but P4 only.

                              I do hope your systems for P4 will work in Open Office in the future.

                              Thanks for your, Lakerben's and CG's hard work and sincere help!!!

                              Best regards,

                              lb