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nkje02 Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
hi all i want to do a spread sheet but my laptop doesnt have excel or anything like that on, is there any way of doing one on the computer without it, thanks
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#2
No - you can't do a spreadsheet on a PC or laptop without software. You could try using paper & a pencil, or try OpenOffice - it's free:

http://www.openoffice.org/

EDIT: Curse you, WinterSoldier5, for typing faster than me lol
banned#3
google docs
banned#4
cis_groupie;8466661
No - you can't do a spreadsheet on a PC or laptop without software. You could try using paper & a pencil, or try OpenOffice - it's free:

http://www.openoffice.org/

EDIT: Curse you, WinterSoldier5, for typing faster than me lol

yes you can

http://www.google.com/google-d-s/intl/en/tour1.html
#5
As above - plus you can open Microsoft office files with that software :)
#6
MSPaint if you have a steady hand
#7
WinterSoldier5
Free open office :thumbsup: http://www.openoffice.org/product/calc.html
thanks will try it now! :thumbsup:

cis_groupie
No - you can't do a spreadsheet on a PC or laptop without software. You could try using paper & a pencil, or try OpenOffice - it's free:

http://www.openoffice.org/

EDIT: Curse you, WinterSoldier5, for typing faster than me lol
its so much easier to do it on a computer than on paper as will need to make a few changes quite often, thanks
#8
sufchenko;8466682
MSPaint if you have a steady hand


lol - and a very extensive deadline date ;-)
#9
sufchenko
MSPaint if you have a steady hand
lol think i will download open office before trying that, thanks
#10


I stand corrected :thumbsup:

(When I were a lad we had to wait to take turns with t' class pencil - and t' internet hadn't even been thought about - things you learn today!)
#11
Microsoft Office 2010 beta is free and seems pretty stable imo.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx
banned#12
Google Docs is awesome. I only really started using it recently and it's just brilliant.

Also, OppenOffice is also ace.
#13
ive just downloaded open office and was wondering if anybody knows how you do an sum, in excel you usualy put = then the cells you want it to add but it doesnt seem to work on this. Anybody know how you do it please?


its ok done it now thanks
banned#14
jtx;8466948
Microsoft Office 2010 beta is free and seems pretty stable imo.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx

The beta version of Office 2010 will expire in October 2010
#15
DJ1
Google Docs is awesome. I only really started using it recently and it's just brilliant.

Also, OppenOffice is also ace.


Google Docs does look good, but I am weary putting all my info into something that can be looked at by google, or anyone else!! - Sign of the times I think. one day we wont need high performance computers, just good internet connections!

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