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    AS commented  · 

    I want to use an online excel spreadsheet to internally track active service requests. Since everyone in my office can use a link to access a shared spreadsheet, this would be an easy, quick way to do it. I'd want a creeate a button to add a new service request. The button would add a row and perhaps prompt for entry of values in several fields. I want to be able to put a link to other documents located on our OneDrive or elsewhere online.
    Finally, I want to program a button in each new row that will delete it or move it to another tab for finished service requests.

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