Climbing Stars Obs 4.2 Suburban skies
Quote:You found it! Very nice spreadsheets ------ I will include them in my presentation------ thank you! Appreciate your help, Joe
Quote:Jeff--- had some suggestions to include CO2 reduction in the presentation...... I just don't know how that would be received in conservative Rockwall, Texas??? any ideas on this??Joe
Quote:For those of you who can still find this thread, I download and read Joe's document last night. I decided to help out with an Excel spreadsheet and as with many things, I got carried away.Anyway, I create an XLS with three charts. All of them have 'before' and 'after' costs/expenses with your data values. You can read about and download the spreadsheet here.Suggestions and feedback are, of course, welcome.
Michael Gilmer - Member of the Meteoritical Society & Collector of Falling Stars.
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Quote:Thombstone--- would you be so kind as to post up an unlocked version ---- as I am going to give them your spreadsheet on a CD along with the Presentation and all documents. I will warn them about the formula cells being unlocked.Appreciate you-- and your help with this. Joe
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