Re: [Apicius] Re: Ancient Recipe Redactions Index
- Hi: The index has been put into an internet file, the address is:
In my own computer, I have Microsoft Works. I'm using, I believe, a "Word" database.
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> Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 21:40:23 +0000I think that I asked this earlier, but maybe I didn't. :-)
> From: pmzaret@...
> I am more than willing to allow access to the data. My problem is in
> transmitting it effectively.
Phil; could you tell me in what format do you have the information?
What program do you use to see it? Is the information tabulated in
some way, or separated by commas, or something like that?
That could help me to help you to transmit the information efficiently.
> Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2005 07:23:53 +0200Send it along to me, if you want, and I will try to see if I can do
> From: "Weingarten" <weingml@...>
> Subject: Re: Re: Ancient Recipe Redactions Index
> I got Phil's Recipe Index as a long e-mail message, not as an
> attachment. I am willing to forward this to anyone who wants it, but I
> have no idea about tabulated formats etc....
anything with it to give it some format.
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> Hi: The index has been put into an internet file, the address is:20Redactions%20Index-2.xls
>It has worked, at least for me. It is indeed a normal .xls (Excel) file.
> In my own computer, I have Microsoft Works. I'm using, I believe,
> a "Word" database.
Thank you, Phil.
You have beaten me to it merely for being in a different continent, by
the way. Your last messages with the whole file as an attachment had
successfully transmitted the text as tabulated text, and I was just
about to begin to transform it into an Excel file to upload it to the
Files section of this mailing list's web site when I saw that it had
already been uploaded.
As I said before, it's an impressive index. I am sure that it will be
very useful for me, because I always have troubles thinking up which
recipe to try first. Now, I will look up what I have and just turn to
the appropriate "Ingredient/Type" rows. :-)
All true lovers of coquina Romana owe this gentleman a glass of mulsum
if they are so lucky as to meet him somewhere. ;-)