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Thanks for the detailed instructions -- I wouldn't have thought of
some of those things until I was in the middle of it.

I also thought of doing an archive file and a current file. However,
part of the problem is that when I'm entering data from the
smartphone, it doesn't show me the tab name. I'm quite absent-minded
enough to enter the data for the wrong client, because it opens into
whatever tab I used last, and I can't see the name at the top when I'm
down in the list.

Another solution would be to put the client names = file names in
another file. It would mean an extra step when adding a new client,
but at least it would be a simple step, if I can't get the names of
all the files.
I'll have to ponder which of these ways will be the best. Yes, this
would work better in a database, but I need to be able to enter the
ledger data from my phone, and have it give me the current balance.
And I need to do calculations on the computer, but still have all the
data in the spreadsheet, available on the phone.


On 5/13/12, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Hi :)
There might be a more elegant way of doing this (such as using a database
instead) but my way would be;
1.  to plan to group them into groups of 2-5 tabs per file.

Kelly C. Holman
Hidden Talents Tutoring
Menomonie, WI

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