Download : Using MS Excel Template to track FIFA 2010 World Cup schedules


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Download : Using MS Excel Template to track FIFA 2010 World Cup schedules

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From today onwards FIFA World cup 2010 going to start and there is already a lot of craze among the soccer fans across the world. Being a hardcore soccer fan, you can find a nice way to keep a schedule of all the matches in your hard drive using Microsoft Excel.

I am pretty sure that usually we need to maintain schedules either in paper or checking internet every time, but do you know being computer savy we can use most of it? Yes, you can.

This initiative is done by Diego, a Microsoft employee who created the Excel template which can be used to keep track of all the upcoming world cup games, venues, league matches, match timings and also the points table.



Ok, here is how the template looks:

Screenshot of Excel template

Download: You  can download the Microsoft Excel template (2007 or later) from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/TC103911551033.aspx?pid=CT101436151033&AxInstalled=1&c=0

Enjoy the soccer!!

  • Nice Info. Thanks!

  • Nice Info. Thanks!

  • Nice Info. Thanks!

  • Nice Info. Thanks!

  • Problem in the template- it can't differentiate between who won Group C as it does not take Goals scored into the equation if two teams have the same points and the same goal difference. It thinks England won the group, when in reality the US won.

  • Problem in the template- it can't differentiate between who won Group C as it does not take Goals scored into the equation if two teams have the same points and the same goal difference. It thinks England won the group, when in reality the US won.

  • Problem in the template- it can't differentiate between who won Group C as it does not take Goals scored into the equation if two teams have the same points and the same goal difference. It thinks England won the group, when in reality the US won.

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