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Create a chart

Create a chart

Create a chart

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Sorry if this is the wrong place.. cant think of any other place to put this.

I'm looking to create a chart that HR would be able to monitor items such as keys given out to personal.  Ideally I would like the end product not to require the people editing the chart to have any required programs.  The design I'm thinking, unknown how to get to this is it would be much like an excel sheet..

ID | Key1 (y/n) | Key2 (y/n) | Cell (y/n) (model) (S/N)

Any ideas on how I would make this, or what to make it in?

RE: Create a chart




You might want to post in forum68: Microsoft: Office.

By the way, the word CHART means a graph, that plots data.

You seem to be referring to a TABLE.

When you repost in forum68: Microsoft: Office, please include a description of what you want to accomplish with this table, and what the data elements that you mentioned, each mean, which may also be covered in the description of what you want to accomplish with this table.

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