ELL: RE: Dictionary Making software

Benjamin Barrett gogaku at IX.NETCOM.COM
Sun Mar 4 19:14:20 UTC 2001

Given that other products are so inexpensive, it may not be worth bothering
with Excel. I use it for technical glosses. For alphabetization, I sometimes
create an extra column that the list is alphabetized on. This column doesn't
have to be printed out.

Benjamin Barrett

> -----Original Message-----
> Behalf Of Andrew Cunningham
> Quoting Benjamin Barrett <gogaku at ix.netcom.com>:
> > A really easy solution is Excel. You can alphabetize with the Sort
> > function
> > to print out three dictionaries.
> although one brief comment on using Excel this way. Your ability
> to sort is
> limited to the langauges Microsoft directly supports. This will differ to
> greater and lesser degrees between their different operating systems.

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