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    Excel Templates

    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone have a good link to any site(s) which offers quality excel templates for budgeting and cost projections?

    Thanks!

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    Microsft have plenty of templates, googling threw up this http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...010117232.aspx. Don't know how good they are.

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    Yes, i've looked at the Microsoft templates and they weren't really that great. Even a pay-for service would be fine if there were some more complex templates.

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    The problem I find with this stuff is that everyone wants something that is fairly customized to their own business. (Not a knock, it's just what we're all after.) I'm curious what industry you're working in...
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    Long-term health care industry. I've just started getting fed up with multi-spreadsheets and pulling all data together but perhaps the only solution might be to look at budgeting software to avoid this. I was just hoping to first see if any existing templates might have helped out.

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    By pulling data together, I assume you're talking about linking?
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