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Table software

So, I'm building this on excel
http://i.imgur.com/p1igzH3.png
basically somewhat of a table, with expandable topics, each with 3 rows of data.
But it's so ANNOYING to do this on excel, is there another software that does this in a more friendly way?
also the checkbox are all checking whenever I try to check 1.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: more user friendly

Ask you programmer to make something according to your specs. One aspect of your specs might be the userfriendlyness. Don't specify the tool he should use.

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too bad, we don't have a programer! Shocked

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There are now bounty boards with programmers

That you can get estimates for this new app.

It looks very job and company specific so my input is you may want to have a little input about source and development system.

For example my Windows apps for a major company were in Visual Studio so another programmer could pick up the gauntlet in years to come.

Example sites to hire programmers for this?
Daniweb.com and more at http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/50-freelance-job-sites-for-designers-programmers-best-of/

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