I've, recently, been given a lot of help from VoG and jazzypop on an Excel timesheet that I'm doing for work. It looks and works, I think, brilliantly. But, I couldn't have done it without help from the above subscribers.
One of the subscribers, I don't want to give his email address, also sent me a sample timesheet, which he'd created, that was also very helpful.
I'd really like to post my timesheet so that other users can download it, review and probably improve it.
The only way, at present, seems to be to email subscribers direct.
Why can't PC Advisor provide a site where I can post my file for others to download? There must be lots of times that an example would save a thousand words!
Provide a site where upwards of 100,000 people could upload files at will - what a nightmare! Imagine the bandwidth requirements. Imagine the copyright breaches. Imagine the indecency prosecutions. Imagine the work required to monitor and moderate such a site, and last of all, imagine the cost.
Another good idea bites the dust I'm afraid Mary, but I'm delighted that you've got an answer to your Excel problem - I've been watching the thread with interest.
I can see why you suggested the idea, but I can't support it, I'm afraid.
It's probably better to get a free piece of Web space (such as a Yahoo briefcase), or upload a file to your own website, if you want to provide a sample file. Then just paste the URL of your site as part of your thread.
This site struggles enough as it is, without another few MB of files being up/downloaded.