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06-14-2018, 04:24 PM
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HP Programming Form
Morning all...

Has anyone developed a programming form in Excel (or similar) or a PDF? I'm writing some programs for my 41 and before I develop my own form, I thought I would ask if one already exists.

Thanks!
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06-14-2018, 04:59 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
(06-14-2018 04:24 PM)drdbthompson Wrote:  Morning all...

Has anyone developed a programming form in Excel (or similar) or a PDF? I'm writing some programs for my 41 and before I develop my own form, I thought I would ask if one already exists.

Thanks!

The attached excel file was shared by MoHPC member sliderule, but it appears the file is no longer in that post (else I could not find the right one). There are many other PDF forms in various posts, but they seem to be intended to printed and write-on (rather than fill in) and it sounds like you're looking for electronic copies.

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.xls  Program Form 11x17.Xls (Size: 25.5 KB / Downloads: 44)

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06-14-2018, 05:02 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
Thanks, Bob, for the quick reply. I'm also completely OK with using a print and write-on form. That's the way I usually operate because it's the way that I think. Wink

I should have figured there'd be a buttload of them already done and instituted a search. Perhaps I have not had enough coffee this morning.

Thanks again and my best...
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06-14-2018, 11:24 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
I have a listing formated as an MS Word table file I created years ago that works well. Also I aquired some time back a User Library Listing Form that came with the HP 41C box that someone worked up in MS Word. If you would like either or both, send me an email.
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06-14-2018, 11:51 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
Rob, thanks for the plug!

Richard attached is an XLS for the HP-25, enjoy!

.xls  HP-25 Prg Landscape.xls (Size: 38.5 KB / Downloads: 45)

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ps: I have 97 prg forms for a variety of makes & models, send me a pm if interested
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06-15-2018, 01:49 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
I have a Word document that mimics the HP-41C User's Library Program form. It's too big to attach to this message. Send me your email address in a PM and I'll send the document.
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06-21-2018, 08:59 AM
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RE: HP Programming Form
(06-14-2018 11:51 PM)SlideRule Wrote:  Rob, thanks for the plug!

Richard attached is an XLS for the HP-25, enjoy!


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ps: I have 97 prg forms for a variety of makes & models, send me a pm if interested

Thank you for sharing.
I cannot open the file with my phone
Excel says that a person is needed, where am I wrong?
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06-21-2018, 11:50 AM
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RE: HP Programming Form
(06-21-2018 08:59 AM)aurelio Wrote:  … I cannot open the file with my phone … Excel says that a person is needed, where am I wrong?

I have NO familiarity with an Excel spreadsheet on a phone - sorry! Maybe another member has some insight?
The XLS was composed on an HP Pavilion laptop in Office 2003 Pro running windows XP. Hope this info helps.

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06-21-2018, 12:06 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
I tried opening it on my Android phone, and Excel said it needed to use an external service to convert the document, and asked for my permission to do so. When I clicked Yes, it then said that it couldn't open the document because it is protected with a password (?!?).

On my iPhone, I can't figure out how to get Excel to even try opening it. When I click the link, Safari displays the form with what appears to be its built-in xls viewer. When I try to Copy or Share the document, all I seem to get is the link, not the document itself.
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06-21-2018, 12:27 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
No problem opening it on my Android 8.0 using Google Sheets. OfficeSuite warns me that there are missing fonts, but opens it nonetheless.

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06-21-2018, 05:29 PM (This post was last modified: 06-21-2018 05:32 PM by aurelio.)
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RE: HP Programming Form
(06-21-2018 11:50 AM)SlideRule Wrote:  
(06-21-2018 08:59 AM)aurelio Wrote:  … I cannot open the file with my phone … Excel says that a person is needed, where am I wrong?

I have NO familiarity with an Excel spreadsheet on a phone - sorry! Maybe another member has some insight?
The XLS was composed on an HP Pavilion laptop in Office 2003 Pro running windows XP. Hope this info helps.

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SlideRule

of course not a "person" was needed but a password Smile , sorry for the typo

opening without any problem with other phones, maybe I must just reinstall my app....
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06-21-2018, 07:19 PM
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RE: HP Programming Form
OK, I eliminated the Cambria font, leaving just Arial; the file is NOT password protected.

.xls  25 Program (landscape).xls (Size: 34.5 KB / Downloads: 7)

.pdf  25 Program (landscape).pdf (Size: 11.15 KB / Downloads: 10)

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