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Excel Bingo Workbook?

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Has anyone ever created and Excel Bingo workbook?  or know were to get one?  I have one for Yatzee that I play all the time.
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staffweb.psdschools.org/benj/10/Excel/bingo.xls
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I was looking for one that has a good display board of numbers called so you can put on the projector for all to see,  One that we can manipulate from BINGO to a learning tool..  and obviously generates the random cards.  Does that one do this?  At first glance it looked like just a card generator.
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Wait, you're going to award 500 points for this? :-D    Make sure you spread out the luv...
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:-) trying to help
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Glen: Unless you have something better?  I may have to split the pts up.  :-)
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Also here:
http://blog.contextures.com/archives/2009/03/12/create-bingo-cards-in-excel/

and an example file from David Hager:
http://www.cpearson.com/Zips/Bingo.ZIP
(see also link: http://dailydoseofexcel.com/archives/2009/03/13/bingo/

Both of these examples follow the proper numbering also for bingo: each column has consecutive groups of 15 possible numbers (not randomized all over).
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Glenn,

the link of dailydose was already pointed by me :-)
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Yup; I was noting where I'd seen David Hager's macro-enabled workbook.
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Thanks for the help
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