Joseph, Thank you. This is outstanding. Kevin S. CoyMessage 1 of 4 , Jun 2, 2002View SourceJoseph,
Thank you. This is outstanding.
Kevin S. Coy
> Under the "Files" section of this website, I just uploaded an Excel
> spreadsheet named "MOLLUS index post.xls" which contains an index
> for the MOLLUS volumes.
> It seems to work well with just a click. As there are some 1300
> articles in the several score of volumes, finding what you want
> might be somewhat difficult (finding something interesting, however,
> is quite easy).
> One method would be to click on either the "Title" or "Author"
> column and then select "Edit/Find." The rightmost column contains
> the names of several major battles so that articles on them can be
> identified by quickly paging down.
> I hope that this is useful. If there is an index out there which is
> better, tell me and this file can be deleted. I find it helpful
> when researching any particular topic.
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
... Kevin, Thank you for the compliment. If any civilwarwest members get their posts through e-mail and not through the website, my message might have beenMessage 1 of 4 , Jun 2, 2002View Source--- In civilwarwest@y..., thecoys@k... wrote:
> Thank you. This is outstanding.
> Kevin S. Coy
Thank you for the compliment.
If any civilwarwest members get their posts through e-mail and not
through the website, my message might have been confusing. The
Files section is accessed through the website, although I can e-mail
the spreadsheet to those who may want the file.
I just opened up the file and, at least on my PC, could select
Data/Filter/Autofilter. This allowed me to go the
rightmost "battles" column, choose one battle from the dropdown
button, and see those articles with the name of the battle in the
title of the article. Be warned that not all articles--even
including some with the name of the battle in the title--will be
If I improve the spreadsheet in the future, I'll post it. One
thought is to have a new column--or use "battles"--to contain the
name of any general who is the subject of an article. The list of
battles could, of course, be extended to other actions.
I hope that this proves useful.