Bowler History - Absences
Question asked by Debbie Thune - 3/26/2018 at 12:46 PM
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Some of the absences are in bold/red, and some of the absences are in bold/black.  What is the significance of the font color on an absence?

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Debbie, when you tagged this "Website", does that refer to the CDE Software website (cdesoftware.com) or to League Secretary (leaguesecretary.com)?
 
If it's the latter, I just looked up my own history (on leaguesecretary.com). I missed three times, and for two I got a substitute bowler. In both of those cases, the week number didn't appear in my listing. In one, though, I did not get a substitute due to it being unforeseen, and the team used my absentee score (in the case of this league, my average less 10 pins) and those printed in red.
 
I didn't notice anything in bold/black on the history, just black only, for actual scores bowled. I checked a few other league members and didn't see anything bold there, either.
 
Specifically, where exactly are you looking at to view histories? You need not supply a URL link, just describe which buttons you clicked on  to arrive at someone's bowler history.
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Frank, I apologize for the incomplete info - it is on leaguesecretary.com and I have to tell you now that it was what can only be termed "operator error"....     as I was copying and pasting bowler history into Excel so I could do end of year reports and awards, the formatting of the red/bold vs black/bold was an excel issue, not a league secretary issue.  
 
Thanks for your input, though, I do appreciate it.
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I appreciate you getting back on this. Ctrl-V (paste) is right next to Ctrl-B (bold maybe?) on the keyboard...hey, it happens. Happy knowing that you got to some form of resolution.
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