Question about Microsoft Excel for PC
I would like to catalogue books, DVDs, articles perhaps using Excel. Can I download a free template or watch a tutorial to help me do this?
Thanks in advance
Dear cooksey, you can list down all the names under DVD, books and articles and then Index them in excel. You can also simply find the book or article by pressing CTRL+F and type in the name. It would take you the word tag.
You can also go into DATA>List> create list
From there you can go forward.
If that has helped you please press solved.
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file format. Cannot store VBA macro code or Microsoft Excel 4.0 macro sheets
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Uses the same basic
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