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    Web-based Spreadsheet


    I would like to know if you know any good Web-based Spreadsheet that we can use. It can be a program/software, or a website?

    It's a good tool if we have some spreadsheets of info we need to update realtime, anywhere we are..

    Thanks in advance.

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    Feb 2005
    United Kingdom
    Sounds like you need some kind of database driven billing software. I personally made my own so I can't recommend any good ones. I've never actually heard of a web based spreadsheet, but a billing system would probably do what you want.

    Can we have some more info please so we can give you some better advice.
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  3. #3
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    Nov 2002
    Excel has a web generator...Not sure if thats exactly what your looking for though...

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    Dec 2004
    Downers Grove, IL
    I know this may not be exactly what you're looking for, but I'm not aware of any web-based spreadsheets (though they very well may exists)...

    You may want to consider a remote-access program like VNC or Windows Remote Desktop (included with XP Pro). VNC can be configured to serve a web-app on your PC that you can use from any web browser to access your PC. This is how I access my office PC from home, but for security concerns I only connect through a VPN.

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    Thanks for the replies. I am not looking for a billing software, we already have one. This is somewhat personal use. I think I just miss my PDA, I'm using a PDA before and the spreadsheet do me well. I'm just lurking into an idea that there are is a good web-based one...I tried google but most of them are useless...

    colklink, that is a good idea if my server is a windows, or my remote computer is with VPN, what I'm thinking is I can access it anywhere I am (internet cafes, etc.)..

    I think I'll just buy again a PDA, but will look with Wifi capabilities.

    Regards and Thank you to al.


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    Jul 2003
    What you may like to try is Sharepoint Services for Windows 2003 Server. You can get an Excel spreadsheet module for it. Basically its like a portal but entirely MS based, and fully integrated with AD.
    Very useful tool, if you can afford the licensing.

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    I think you may install Excel on your Windows server too.
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