XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby Stopwatch » Sun Mar 21, 2010 5:01 pm

coopersmaggot wrote:I have learnt to use exit function as was sugested but I still have to go to each one and reinitilize the sheet to go to.
I would like Where it goes and what cell to start in

Start cell is already saved - redownload http://www.xnotestopwatch.com/xnsw160.zip
There are difficulties in recognizing Excel's sheet unique identity.
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external reset crtl and automatic excel snap

Unread postby rmenghe » Sat Apr 10, 2010 8:04 am

Hello, this is a fantastic program!
I'd like to know if is possible to have:
1) on stopwatch starting, automatically excel opened and configured with cell associated (by .ini file?)
2) Automatic snaps on excel file when timer stops
3) external reset control instead of snap

Thanks
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Re: external reset crtl and automatic excel snap

Unread postby Stopwatch » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:45 am

rmenghe wrote:1) on stopwatch starting, automatically excel opened and configured with cell associated (by .ini file?)

Which Excel?

rmenghe wrote:2) Automatic snaps on excel file when timer stops

Will be soon.

rmenghe wrote:3) external reset control instead of snap

It's already so but undocumented. Like here viewtopic.php?f=3&t=433
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby rmenghe » Mon Apr 12, 2010 2:27 pm

2007 (preferred) or 2003
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby Stopwatch » Mon Apr 12, 2010 6:04 pm

rmenghe wrote:2007 (preferred) or 2003

I did mean how to identify particular spreadsheet?
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby rmenghe » Thu Apr 15, 2010 4:41 pm

Yes, the excel file is named "speed", the sheet is named as current date
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby Stopwatch » Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:34 pm

rmenghe wrote:Yes, the excel file is named "speed", the sheet is named as current date

Creating a new file is too specific and can be done in custom build only for an extra $. Contact.
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby rmenghe » Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:47 am

A new file creation isn't needed. I just need, starting a new xnotestopwatch section, to open a excel called "speed" and to record the timer starting always from a specific cell on the sheet called as current date or any other default you like (ie. sheet1 ?).
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby Stopwatch » Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:50 am

rmenghe wrote:A new file creation isn't needed. I just need, starting a new xnotestopwatch section, to open a excel called "speed" and to record the timer starting always from a specific cell on the sheet called as current date or any other default you like (ie. sheet1 ?).

Well. It will be added in 1.61.
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Re: XNote Stopwatch 1.60 with MS Excel integration

Unread postby Sabre01 » Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:48 pm

"Xnote inserts only time values into Excel spreadsheet."

I see the ongoing total elapsed time is recorded to Excel cascading down the column. Is there any consideration to inserting the gap times instead? This would be very usefull for racing car timing lap charts in saving the information in sheets that I have with a lot of calculations based off the individual lap times.
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