Calendar Tracking Set Up HELP!


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Aug 11, 2015
Good Afternoon,

I am trying to make the calendar we use in excel to track orders more user friendly.

First I would like to click on a cell and have a sub window to pop up asking for the below
Customer (Text)
PO# (Text)
Time (Text)
Assay (Drop down)
Order# (Number)

With those answers I’d like the format in cell to be
"Customer PO# Time (assay) [Order#]"

I would also like to freeze the work book EXCEPT those cell that they would enter orders (and comments sometime) as well as have the ability to add another row if needed for more orders.

One last thing, is there a way to have a sheet in the book, that shows who has been editing what? This calendar has about 7 tabs - all calendars for different locations, and we have 4 people who use it.

Any help would be GREAT!!

Thank you again

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