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How do I make columned lists???

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Flame, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    To put it simply, I want to make a bunch of squares, in columns, to put my pricing information into. I don't care what program, I have Corel, Adobe, Scanvec, Flexi, Word, Paint... I don't care. I just want to know how to make them!

    Here's an example from the good guys over at Color-on-Demand. https://www.secured-site6.com/printcenter/index.iml?mdl=products/products.mdl&Product_KEY=25426

    Now I know how to do it in Dreamweaver, but it's not exactly a good program to be printing from. Anyone have any suggestions?????
     
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  2. iSign

    iSign Major Contributor

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    bad link to the good guys...

    well, microsoft excel is a good program to make a bunch of squares in columns... but then you said to be printing from? Are you going to print a vinyl sign of your prices, or sheets of paper on your desktop printer?

    I use Illustrator to draw just about anything I can think up... but "a bunch of squares, in columns" is what excel has already as soon as you open it.
     
  3. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    Okay, I should've specified...

    I'm making dealer forms and price sheets, so I need to have columns for a 8.5 x 11 print. I like how excel lays them out, but am I just dumb or can you NOT print all of those lines???












    edit: oh wow..... talk about being really tired AND having a blonde moment. Duh... of course Excel can do this. That's all I needed to know... wow... sorry guys. I just figured it out. lol. Thanks Doug :)
     
  4. mladams7259

    mladams7259 Very Active Member

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    Flame, Go to the border settings and you can make them invisible when printing. Its been so long since Ive used excel I cant remember the exact indtructions.
     
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