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    Annecy is offline Member
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    As per the new format provided in MS Word for specification sheet, we can make the same format in the MS Excel so that we can ease off difficulties.

    For example, if you want to create 100 or more specification sheets under one project, you can create in Excel with one file with multiple sheets, but in the MS Word, all files will be individual files. This will be taken more spaces in the hard disk. Also, we can perform the "find" option in the entire worksheet in the file but in the MS Word we need to open each files and then perform the "find" option. However, you will have same output, but only the medium will be different. We can also speed up our work 30% more than if we working with Word for specifically this kind of jobs.

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    Default Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Annecy View Post
    As per the new format provided in MS Word for specification sheet, we can make the same format in the MS Excel so that we can ease off difficulties.
    For example, if you want to create 100 or more specification sheets under one project, you can create in Excel with one file with multiple sheets, but in the MS Word, all files will be individual files. This will be taken more spaces in the hard disk. Also, we can perform the "find" option in the entire worksheet in the file but in the MS Word we need to open each files and then perform the "find" option. However, you will have same output, but only the medium will be different. We can also speed up our work 30% more than if we working with Word for specifically this kind of jobs.
    As per the new format in MS Word for specification sheets, we are able to make the same format in MS Excel so there are less difficulties.

    For example, if you want to create 100 or more specification sheets under one project, you can create this in Excel with one file containing multiple sheets, but in MS Word, all the files would have to be individual. This will mean more space in the hard disk is used up. Also, we can perform the "find" option in the entire worksheet document. Unlike in the MS Word document, where we would have to open every file individually and then perform the "find" option. Due to the advantages of using MS Excel, we can speed up our work by 30% when compared to using MS Word for the same task.

    Not a teacher only a native. I have attempted to re-write the text for you, hope this helps.

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