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Seller : Calvin Williams

  1. Rating 3.6 Rating3.6 Rating(s)
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  3. priceFREE
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  5. Date added January 2, 2011

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Product Description

This spreadsheet helps you to make sure that even the smallest detail remains on the radar for your project or "to do" list. It allows you to set a due date, person responsible, and add comments and status per items. The spreadsheet automatically changes the status from unresolved to resolved once a completion date is added for an item. This spreadsheet also features push button functions to organize what you see on the screen such as unresolved or resolved items only. It also allows you to sort the items showing by due date to put the more urgent items on top of the list.


Includes Macros

Macros let you automatically control what info displays, sort, and add new items to the list.

Unlocked for Editing

Ratings & Reviews

There are 8 reviews posted on this application.


Posted on June 23, 2015 1:59am

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“I've incorporated the changes mentioned here. I hope you like the revision”


Posted on December 31, 2013 11:08am

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“As a new member, this free download has helped me understand the basic framework for a spreadsheet for use by others. It was useful to access the underlying Macro/VBA code. I've already incorporated some of your techniques in my own spreadsheet. Regarding your spreadsheet, I see some opportunities for design improvement that I've implemented in my copy. Thanks!!”


Posted on November 17, 2013 10:36pm

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“Great tool. A must have time and activity management tool. And on top of that, its free! Thanks a lot for the contribution.”


Posted on October 27, 2013 11:08am

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“Great piece of work here. Thanks for the contribution!”


Posted on October 12, 2013 5:47pm

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“Love it”


Posted on May 27, 2011 11:21am

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“I am a procrastinator. Having this list has made me soooo efficient!! Love it! Thnks”


Posted on May 24, 2011 7:12am

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“One more thing, after the line
you might want to disable the paste function with this
Application.CutCopyMode = False
this will prevent possible accidental pasting.
You never know what people might do.


Posted on May 23, 2011 7:25am

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“People love to click buttons to see what they do. I would suggest you put a confirmation on the Insert Item Button to prevent having extra extra lines in your database. You might try using something like this:

Sub InsertRow()
' InsertRow Macro
Dim response1
Prompt = "Do you want to Insert a new Item Continue??"
response1 = MsgBox(Prompt, vbYesNo, "Insert a New Row")
If response1 = vbYes Then
Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown, CopyOrigin:=xlFormatFromLeftOrAbove
End If
End Sub

Nice job though, I enjoy using it.........JoJo”