9051Re: Not sure what I'm doing
- Feb 11, 2011Would this be some thing that would have to be purchased?
--- In ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com, Don <don@...> wrote:
> mySQL and php are undoubtedly the easiest/best answers -- or some other
> language (Ruby on Rails, etc.)
> I agree that there is a curve ... but again you'll come out much better
> in the end I think.
> On 2/11/2011 5:18 AM, Adrien Verlee wrote:
> > Op 11/02/2011 1:48, kathleen.kearns schreef:
> >> I apologize if I'm in the wrong place. I have no experience in setting up html and not sure if I'm looking for the right thSng. I have an Excel file that uses complicated formulas, tracks payments, etc - lots of data entry. Its like a database but too big for Access. I'd like to set up a page that my coworkers could use to enter basic information and the program runs in the background. Based on the information entered, the page would show how much someone would need to pay for a specific period of time, if there is a change, would make the change going forward for the allotted time period and allow us to print the documents to be mailed with the appropriate information.
> > There are "HTML Table Filter Generators" But probably not exactly what
> > you should need/have.
> > See: http://tablefilter.free.fr/
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