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Escelfilter: Making a dummy worksheet to simplify display of information?

I have a massive spreadsheet that's simply too difficult to read, because of its size. Is there any way of making a second spreadsheet that is exactly the same as the first, except that the 2nd's cells just show an "x" if there is information in the 1st's cells. i.e., the 2nd spreadsheet would just show whether or not the cells on the 1st spreadsheet have been filled in, but not the actual information itself. If sheet 1 looks like this, sheet two should look like this. [more inside]
posted by omnigut on Feb 2, 2010 - 15 answers

 

How to repeat a sequence of roughly 40 keyboard clicks in windows 2000 professional to stop insanity

I'm using Windows 2000 professional. I'm copying data from excel to the forms on separate pages of a website, and have to repeat a string of keyboard controls several times. Is there an application I can download to do this automatically? Does the computer come with a tool that allows you you type a series of keys into the computer, then just "repeat" 83 times? [more inside]
posted by omnigut on Jun 16, 2009 - 9 answers

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