EXCEL Transistor Sheet

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The origional is a MS Works file. We use this for parts substitutions and such.

I used a JAVA Web applet to convert to Excel. Its not perfect, but I think anybody here could fix it.

The idea with the sheet is say you need a transistor..you can search the part, and find specs...then use the search function to match it to hfe, volts, current, and such. Like a crossover sheet, but one thats "active".

I have included the origional works file as well as excel.

perhaps we can keep this updated as well. We still use this at work and update it there too.
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Cool idea.

You should put all of the headings on one line, and then do Data -> Filter -> Autofilter.

That allows you to search and sort very easily, setting up multiple criteria and viewing the results in a non-destructive fashion.

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Thats the thing..

In Works thats kinda how its laid out. So you can search super easy. But all that got messed up in the java applet converter.

I think I can save the origional in something excel can easily open up, but not till Friday.

Unless someone else still has works for windows.. :lol:
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