My fellow co-workers are somewhat technological dummies. Not many are computer illiterate so I've been asked if I could make some kind of spreadsheet or database to conduct one of those NFL Pick'em pools where everyone involved picks the winner of every game and also the total points in the Monday Night game. I was wondering if anyone possibly made one of these or maybe even started one or something close?
I'd go to www.download.com, www.fanball.com, and last resort google and see if it's out there. I'm sure it's somewhere on the 'net.
Unless you want to get really sophisiticated, it seems like a spreadsheet
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