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Excel or the Spreadsheet of your choice, cross platform, massive abilities, and all under your own personal control...

Excel has been our family choice for years, always archives to look back into if needed, macros, and even a Board here at TMF, besides the ones at MS, others...

Not sure how flexible Numbers is, I've had it a while, just in case, but not really used it..

Excel is great, but you're essentially writing the software yourself .. wo either a major task or build bit-by-bit (as i did over the course of ... EEK! 25 yrs

like you say super-powerfl and super-flexible .... therefore ,imo, steep learning curve.
UNLESS there's good templates?

[ just glanced at Numbers last year and it looked nearly as powerful, but a HUGE pain to convert to
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