Why not take one of the free or inexpensive purpose built exchange rate apps for Android? Some of
them will download updated exchange rate data when connections are available and all the ones I
looked at briefly allow you to run the conversions offline.
I think that would be a much better option than trying to force that into a spreadsheet type app.
On Sep 14, 2015, at 8:45 AM, Tom Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
I had thought about making my exchange-rate spreadsheet into a database.
I'm sure it would be far better, and would allow a purpose-built UI
front-end but the spreadsheet route is plenty good enough for this trip.
Eugenie (Oogie) McGuire
Desert Weyr, LLC - Black Welsh Mountain Sheep http://www.desertweyr.com/
LambTracker - Open Source SW for Shepherds http://www.lambtracker.com
Paonia, CO USA
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