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Old 1 Week Ago   #1
Don S
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Default Latest version of Tomato Description Datasheet Available

The latest, and probably last, edition of my Tomato Description Datasheet, TODD7, is now available. Usable in Excel, Open Office and Numbers apps, it lists traits and grower descriptions of over 1300 tomato varieties, including color, size, shape, weight, season, flavor, plant size and more. You can sort and filter this information to find tomatoes that match your needs.

To download the information/instruction file, enter:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/urf7zjeqju...Intro.pdf?dl=0
in your browser address. Ignore the request to sign in, select Download, and then click on Direct Download in the resulting drop-down menu. Todd7.pdf will appear in your download folder.

To download the TODD7 datasheet itself, enter:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1ffqhoqt9n...ODD7.xlsx?dl=0
in your brower address. As above, click Download and Direct Download and TODD7.xlsx will appear in your download folder.
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Thank you!
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I downloaded both the first pdf (portable document file) and the second spreadsheet (Excel) file.
Thanks for sharing.
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Thank you. I use your excel sheet to list my varieties, notes when I grew them, if they are on my wishlist, etc. I won't download this one (or I would loose my info). I always add the varieties that are not yet on the list.
Thank you for your work. It is a very handy tool.
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Impressive amount of work to get this together. If anyone needs it, I can convert this xlsx format to the older style XLS format without changing any of the data, nor the basic format of his wonderful spreadsheet.

At least, I can do that as long as it's okay with Don_S. I'll even put my handle in there to show who did the conversion (just like your note says). How about it, Don? I won't do this unless you approve.
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This is awesome! As a spreadsheet junkie myself, it's hard to imagine how long it took you to do all of this. Thank you so much. I have downloaded it and although I got a message that my old Excel 8 does not support this version, I have saved it as Read Only. Again, thank you!
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Thanks, much appreciated!
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Seriously, that's an amazing amount of work, that I hope you have time to expand by another several thousand varieties.
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Thank you, Don. Very much appreciated.



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You are welcome to convert this to the older xls format. Looks like @GoDawgs could use that.

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You are welcome to convert this to the older xls format. Looks like @GoDawgs could use that.

-Don-
Thank you. I promise not one character has been changed other than I added my handle to cell A1 per your statement about changes.

I'll post it this afternoon as a download file. Got a couple of errands to run right now.
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I'm working on it. Tville keeps converting the upload to a " php " file.

Without some help from Mischka, I can't get this to work. I'll gladly send anyone the file in the old Excel format if you will PM your email address to me with a request for the file. I'll send an old style Excel file that will have an XLS extension in the file name. It will be "TODD7.XLS" and it will have a file size of approx. 704 Kilobytes.

Best I can do with short notice right now.
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Wonderful work! I suggest you get a Creative Commons license, it's like copyright for the people. It's free and pretty easy. I think you should get credit for your hard work.


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Don S - Thanks for all the work you did on the spreadsheet, it's a great resource!

Even my homegrown Sweet Ozark Orange variety appears, which makes me think many tomatoes on the list must be just as obscure and that you have made this spreadsheet very complete and inclusive. Good job!
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Thank you so much!
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