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TasBob's avatar - 4NJ9EUA
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Posted: January 15, 2016, 10:45 am - IP Logged

I like to know If someone could program a spreadsheet like the one below ..Where I could put in the current draw .And the program would put in

the vtrac positions ...the total ...the vtrac Sums 7 to 11...the position movements of vtracs ...and projection,,,and possibly data page where I 

could update... I know its a lot to ask , any help would be appreciated..Ican't do excel so no formulas ........

Thank You For Your Help

 

 

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    You do the input, it should be spreadsheet like, no formulas ... . I'd say I'd make a webpage. Yes, many can make that, can you?

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      You do the input, it should be spreadsheet like, no formulas ... . I'd say I'd make a webpage. Yes, many can make that, can you?

      I am doing it by hand..But I would like to put the wining number,and the rest of data go in. Don't know how to do that.

      Tks

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        I am doing it by hand..But I would like to put the wining number,and the rest of data go in. Don't know how to do that.

        Tks

        Tas I have someone who works for me is a excel

        certified tech.  I am going to see if he can work on this 

        this weekend and get u something to work with

        sorry bout bold letters can't turn off

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          I like to know If someone could program a spreadsheet like the one below ..Where I could put in the current draw .And the program would put in

          the vtrac positions ...the total ...the vtrac Sums 7 to 11...the position movements of vtracs ...and projection,,,and possibly data page where I 

          could update... I know its a lot to ask , any help would be appreciated..Ican't do excel so no formulas ........

          Thank You For Your Help

           

           

          Last nite vtrsc sum 9. Ur chart is intetesting

           

          another way to limit pairs

            TasBob's avatar - 4NJ9EUA
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            Posted: January 16, 2016, 9:32 am - IP Logged

            Tas I have someone who works for me is a excel

            certified tech.  I am going to see if he can work on this 

            this weekend and get u something to work with

            sorry bout bold letters can't turn off

            That would be great    Thank You Very Much

            Try this for cap lock

            Apparently when this happens, I’ve accidentally hit CTRL-SHFT-A (or maybe CTRL-ALT-A depending on the version of Word?). This enables the font style All Caps. I probably meant to hit CTRL-A (Select All), and if I accidentally hit CTRL-A before CTRL-SHFT-A, my entire document is suddenly UPPERCASE. Selecting the text and pressing CTRL-SHFT-A again fixes it by turning All Caps off. Or select the text in All Caps and click the Clear Formatting command, which is top-right in the Font group on the Home tab (the image shows the characters “Aa” with something that might be an eraser). Unlike the Caps Lock key, which applies to all keystrokes, font styles apply to the text for which the style is enabled, which remains after closing the document.

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