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Old April 15th 05, 05:10 PM
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Default how do I make a new spread sheet pop up, based on an entry in a c.

For example, I enter a "4" in a cell, then a 1x4 spread sheet pops up and the
results of the entry in the new spread sheet are shown in the adjacent cell
to where the "4" is.

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Old April 15th 05, 07:57 PM
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see your later posting in this newsgroup under a different name.
If you change you name -- I'd think that might make it difficult to find
your own posted questions and the replies to them.
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For example, I enter a "4" in a cell, then a 1x4 spread sheet pops up and the
results of the entry in the new spread sheet are shown in the adjacent cell
to where the "4" is.





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