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Debt Snowball spreadsheets

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#26 Lisa98

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Posted 15 May 2008 - 09:12 PM

Can this be used in OpenOffice? I'm too cheap to buy Excel, and I've already used my free trial.

#27 restor_ryhen

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 09:57 PM

Hey gang, I've had this for awhile and I figured I'd help my CB friends. I've designed a excel monthly budget spreadsheet that might be able to help you keep track of your bills. It was designed in Excel 2007 but I have saved a copy in Excel 2003, just not sure if it will work with the features I have in it.

Some of the features;
1. Allows you to enter all your bills a month
2. Colums for Payee, Amount, Due Date, Payoff, etc.
3. Shows money left over after all bills are paid (comes from entering your monthly gross income)

It has helped me, so hopefully it will help some of you all.

I'll attach both 2007, and 2003. If anyone is interested let me know.

Can you please share the spreadhseet you created? Thank you.

#28 NJAccntnt

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Posted 29 July 2008 - 09:55 PM

I've been using this snowball speadsheet:


It's free and works great for my needs. I had some trouble finding a worksheet that would actually work with Windows Vista... no problems with this one, plus it's user friendly.

#29 stacyLynn

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Posted 08 August 2008 - 01:03 PM

Well, I'm not sure what I did but after I put in all my info, hit create rows and I get a little green triangle beside the total payments that says "the formula in this cell differs from the formulas in this area of the spreadsheet". There is one beside EVERY total Pmts all the way until my snowball is finished(2014). Should I re-download again?

#30 stacyLynn

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Posted 09 August 2008 - 10:49 AM


#31 720lady

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Posted 07 December 2008 - 09:44 PM

I have a few questions about the snowball sheet.

1. everytime i put in a year for the plan it changes, how do i get it to stay?
2. not certain how to copy the month and date rows down from the date columns for my 10 or more cc/bills. I trie to copy it down from the first 2 rows but on the third row, the formulas are not calculating. How would I get this to copy down correctly?


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