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Just wanted to bump this to see if anyone has thoughts. Worst case I'm
going to just dive into Database and see what I can learn but I'm hoping to
get a little feedback before spending time which might be totally pointless
as I really don't have the time to just throw away ;) Thanks again in

On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 8:46 PM, Joel Madero <> wrote:

Hi All -

So I have been using spreadsheet for about 10 years to keep track of a
goal that I set my first year of college (reading a million pages before I
die). That being said, I keep adding things to it and it's becoming more
and more complicated. This week I decided I wanted to add yet another thing
- I want to track series that I read and for it to generate the "next book
in the series" after I complete a book. I think I've figured out how to do
this with spreadsheet using match and index but I'm just debating if it's
time for me to really sit down and create a database with the info.

The file is located here:

Thoughts much appreciated - I have a bit of experience with Access and am
pretty good at "learning by doing" but don't want to change to database
just for the sake of changing. Kind of looking for pros and cons. Thanks in


*Joel Madero*
LibreOffice QA Volunteer

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