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Mon, 04 Jan 2010 10:34:56 -0500
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1.50 (gnu/linux)
> Got a minute to explain an SES spreadsheet?
You may get a bit disappointed: SES is a very primitive spreadsheet, so
some of the features you're asking for simply don't exist.
> - name cell A `Date' and right align it?
Not sure what you mean by "name". You can set its value to "Date" (a
string) or to `Date' (a symbol), so that's what will be printed at
that spot. Depending on whether you use a string or a symbol, it will
either be right aligned or left-aligned, so, the answer to your question
' D a t e RET
> - name cell A1 `Expense' and left align it?
That would then be:
" E x p e n s e RET
> (or can one do both of the above in two lines in cell A?)
No, SES doesn't handle multi-line cells.
> - enter today's date in cell B?
There's no such automatic facility in SES. You'll have to define
a corresponding function for that.
> - make column A auto-fit and data right-aligned beneath the
> right-aligned column name?
There's no "auto-fit" feature.
Numbers are right-aligned, so the alignment might just work. Note that
the alignment is fairly naive, e.g. it doesn't know how to align on the
> - (assuming I can then add subsequent dates by inserting new columns
> in the future,) name cell C `Subtotal' and enter a formula for that
> column that adds the amounts of the row?
= (apply 'ses+ (ses-range A2 A20)) RET
- ses, Sean Sieger, 2010/01/02
- Re: ses,
Stefan Monnier <=
- Re: ses, Enrico Indiogine, 2010/01/05
- Re: ses, Sean Sieger, 2010/01/05