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I'm about to make about 5x2 input boxes to mimic a spreadsheet. When the 5x2 input's are made I'm going to plus the value of the right hand side inputboxes.

I could just go ahead and create the input's but I was wondering if there were any easier way? (Figured that there properly were :))

Any help is greatly appreciated

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Hello

I'm about to make about 5x2 input boxes to mimic a spreadsheet. When the 5x2 input's are made I'm going to plus the value of the right hand side inputboxes.

I could just go ahead and create the input's but I was wondering if there were any easier way? (Figured that there properly were :) )

Any help is greatly appreciated

Sounds reasonable to me. But there have been scripts for spread sheets so it might be worth searching. I'm fairly sure I saw one by gafrost once.


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You could use listview instead of input boxes. See how ArrayDisplay works to get an idea of layout.

Alternatively if you have M$ Excel installed, you could use the Office Web Component SpreadSheet Activex Control.

Look here http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;#entry360603

Hello

I'm about to make about 5x2 input boxes to mimic a spreadsheet. When the 5x2 input's are made I'm going to plus the value of the right hand side inputboxes.

I could just go ahead and create the input's but I was wondering if there were any easier way? (Figured that there properly were :))

Any help is greatly appreciated

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