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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by BigBlue, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. BigBlue Magic Jones

    I just started using Google Documents to store my deckfiles... it's pretty darn cool - since I can access them from wherever I am...

    It's easy to set up - and you don't need excel.

    Its a bit different acting than straight excel, but I'm managing.

    If anyone wants help setting it up, let me know.

    I may work on spreadsheets to create boosters... Then I can share with folks here to use if they don't have access to Apprentice or whatever. :)
  2. Mooseman Isengar Tussle

    Sounds good.
    What do we have to look out for or what did you find made it easier?

    Can you program the documents like in Excel?
  3. BigBlue Magic Jones

    I don't know about "programming" documents...

    I use formulas to perform most of the things I need - for example I have a column of random numbers which I use to sort the cards and "shuffle".

    I have hidden columns which list the color (for the cpa link), CIP status, Rules text, and Name.

    Then I have 3 columns - one which is the "zone" for the card, one which is a link for me to view the card, and lastly a column which includes the CPA text - link, color, etc... I use a formula which says if the card is in my library it isn't visible.

    I know you wrote a sheet with Macros, and I doubt that will work on the google documents. But, I can accomplish most things I need to do with mine quickly enough.

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