No_Neck, on Monday, March 12th, 2007, 5:20 PM, said:
holy crap this is easily the most well designed spread sheet I have seen. Well done!!!
Hey guys, thanks for the kind feedback.
pokerinc, on Monday, March 12th, 2007, 7:10 PM, said:
great design. One thing, shouldn't total bankroll be updated when you plug in cash game results? Yes no? I've just started using this kind of stuff so maybe it updates funds elsewhere.Very cool, it's a keeper.ok, found the total cash profit box, I'm happy.
yes, it should add your cash results to your total bankroll.
mikeysong, on Monday, March 12th, 2007, 8:49 PM, said:
?where do u put in the rake #s
I just add them in when I am entering the buy-in. I could have made another column or a drop down list with all the possible buy-ins, however remember the idea here was simplicity, and I think it is easiest to just type in a number instead of scrolling through a huge list. (note, usually when entering information I just copy/paste from the line above it.)
yourboygsarida, on Monday, March 12th, 2007, 8:57 PM, said:
you have anything that works for open office? seems like it wont work with mine like regular spreadsheets usually do.
Sorry, can't really help you there. I do not really have any experience with open office so I don't know, however there are many very complicated functions in this and I do not know how compatible they are. Did you try the older office .xls file?
MisterB, on Monday, March 12th, 2007, 9:02 PM, said:
wowwphow long did this take you to make?
lol, a long time. Would been a lot quicker if I knew I was doing. But the whole thing evolved over quite awhile, I thought I was done about six or seven versions ago, but I kept thinking of new things to add to it.Again, this whole thing was all done on office 2007, so I do not know how it all transitioned over to the office 97-03 file. If something does not work like you think it should let me know. A good place to start when using the spreadsheet is reading the notes a posted in the top right.