Ah ! that's good news....thanks Nick, and thank you for the help U gave in getting me there.
This is my first time in using Excel 2010, or any Excel/Spreadsheet for that matter.
Two weeks ago, I knew nothing..............now I know nothing plus! lol
This is my Crossword Excel.
Quite simple idea.....
U use the first 36 spins out of your chosen casino, to input into the spins column,Column A,
and those numbers are placed into the first 6 x 6 grid (36 slots) in a sort of random scattered pattern.
The placement is not made in a clever order, just a way of setting up your Crossword template, to then play against the EC colour, in the second 6 x 6 grid, The Betting Pallet.
Though, each time U play this game, U template Crossword in Grid One will be completely different that the last one.
The number & colour of each inputted spin is remembered, and as U input the spins in grid One, the Opposite colour for the EC is indicated in the Second 6 x 6 grid, which is then our bet, which we use in a Linear format, taking each suggestion, from top left to right, working our way down to bottom right.
As soon as U have inputted the 36 spins (which are placed in cells A7 to A42 inclusive, betting can commence.)
Please Note, at the moment, Zero has not been programmed for, I'm still working on it.
Each inputted spin, results in the opposite colour in Grid Two, and on Spin 37, U bet the colour now showing at the top left.
Its grouped into 6 plays to give a Line score.
This is how the grids will look after 36 spins are inputted......
The first bet is showing top left in the Grid two, and we bet Black (the square is coloured Black, with a Delicate "B" imbedded), so next number is inputted into Cell A43, and the result will show in the Second Grid.
at the moment, Zero has not been programmed for, I'm still working on it.It will show as aWin in the Second Betting Pallet.
This is a Test only posting.
Flat Betting Only for now!