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Possible to Fully Run Warrior Dps Spreadsheet Without Full Excel?

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I have tried running searches on this but nothing i have come up with has been of any help,

I have tried running this with excel viewer, but it doesnt let anything be modified.

I have tried with openoffice, but it gives error 502 (invalid arguments) out the wazzo

Has anybody found a free program that lets you run this spreadsheet? I heard its awesome and would like the ability to run it. If this has been answered before with a recomended program thats different from the ones i listed then please tell me and disgregard this post.

Thank you for the help!

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I have tried with openoffice, but it gives error 502 (invalid arguments) out the wazzo

tried openoffice?

Impressive.

On a more useful note, I hear google has a web based spreadsheet application now. There may be some method to import it into it, but I've never used it myself.

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Sorry.

Having a look at it now and not sure why its erroring. As far as i can tell every reference to a cell which has a descriptive name rather than the default name is erroring.

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I hear google has a web based spreadsheet application now.

I tried with google just now. At first it said it can only accept up to 20 sheets, so I removed the release notes and graph sheets. But after uploading I find it doesn't work. All the checkboxes for buffs are gone, and you can't select anything. Maybe there is a way but I'm not knowledgable enough to make it work.

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With Google Spreadsheets now allowing you to mark them as public, it would be nice to see some of these in a web based format. Unfortunately Google doesn't support charts and graphs yet, particularly handy for healing classes to get a picture of mana effeciency at a glance. It won't be long before the online spreadsheets close the feature gap with their office suite competitors though.

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Could someone repost the open office version? I lost mine accidently and the above link is dead now.

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