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Re: what are people using for a spreadsheet?



"T. V. Raman" <raman@users.sf.net> writes:

> For the specific task you have, you might be able to use org-mode
> productively -- it might actually be a better tool than a
> spreadsheet,

>From the little bit that I've had a chance to look, it very well might.
It will also be more flexible and can serve multiple functions if I have
the need for them.

> since what you want in this case is to keep notes, with appropriate
> embedded tables.

Might be easier than keeping tables with embedded notes...  I am still
in the process of reading the info manual so I am not sure what all it
might do.  The main reason I wanted to use a SS was so that I could keep
a running total of how many carbs per day, glucose averages over past 30
days and BG trends for periods of time in the day.

Thanks,
rdc
-- 
Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

There is an old time toast which is golden for its beauty.
"When you ascend the hill of prosperity may you not meet a friend."
		-- Mark Twain

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