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Old April 7th 05, 05:11 AM
Peret
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I am trying to make a table in WORD that would have a row of 7 dates across
the top (Mon thru Sun). In WORDPEREFCT one can do date arithmetic where
column 2 is the formula for column 1 +1. Once the template is set, one only
has to change the date in the 1st column to get an updated table for the next
week.
Any suggestions?
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Old April 7th 05, 10:25 AM
Greg Maxey
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Peret,

I put together an AddIn "Date Sequencer" that may work for you.

http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/Date_Sequencer.htm

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See:
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tips.htm
For some helpful tips using Word.

Peret wrote:
I am trying to make a table in WORD that would have a row of 7 dates
across the top (Mon thru Sun). In WORDPEREFCT one can do date
arithmetic where column 2 is the formula for column 1 +1. Once the
template is set, one only has to change the date in the 1st column to
get an updated table for the next week.
Any suggestions?



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Old April 29th 05, 03:39 PM
Luc
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Peret,
It can't be done in Word unfortunately. You could of course make your table
in Excel and copy it to Word.
Luc
"Peret" schreef in bericht
...
I am trying to make a table in WORD that would have a row of 7 dates

across
the top (Mon thru Sun). In WORDPEREFCT one can do date arithmetic where
column 2 is the formula for column 1 +1. Once the template is set, one

only
has to change the date in the 1st column to get an updated table for the

next
week.
Any suggestions?



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Old April 29th 05, 04:36 PM
Peret
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Thnaks so much. I'll try that.

"Luc" wrote:

Peret,
It can't be done in Word unfortunately. You could of course make your table
in Excel and copy it to Word.
Luc
"Peret" schreef in bericht
...
I am trying to make a table in WORD that would have a row of 7 dates

across
the top (Mon thru Sun). In WORDPEREFCT one can do date arithmetic where
column 2 is the formula for column 1 +1. Once the template is set, one

only
has to change the date in the 1st column to get an updated table for the

next
week.
Any suggestions?




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Old May 9th 05, 01:32 PM
macropod
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Hi Peret,

Actually you can do this with fields in Word, but its a whole lot more
complicated than in WordPerfect. To see what I mean, check out:
http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/show...?Number=249902
(url all one line)
Post there if you want more help with this.

Cheers


"Peret" wrote in message
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Thnaks so much. I'll try that.

"Luc" wrote:

Peret,
It can't be done in Word unfortunately. You could of course make your

table
in Excel and copy it to Word.
Luc
"Peret" schreef in bericht
...
I am trying to make a table in WORD that would have a row of 7 dates

across
the top (Mon thru Sun). In WORDPEREFCT one can do date arithmetic

where
column 2 is the formula for column 1 +1. Once the template is set, one

only
has to change the date in the 1st column to get an updated table for

the
next
week.
Any suggestions?






 




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