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Old 01-09-2011, 10:54 AM
 
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Does anyone know of a website where I can input a bunch of numbers and it will do an average for me? Something that would be quicker than a calculator. I've searched some on google but am not finding anything. Maybe it doesn't exist, was just hoping to make my life a little easier and thought someone on here might know. Thanks!


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Can you use the spreadsheet that's probably with your computer? Then you just enter the numbers, go to the top menu and have it compute the average. Are you using Windows Office or Mac Numbers? They pretty much work the same.
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Microsoft Excel for either MAC or PC or Numbers for the MAC will do that...
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I'm not sure if it will do what you want with the ease that you want, but it's free and I believe they have a spreadsheet program. Look for templates and you might find something premade.

If you have MS Office you could do the same. See if there are templates within the program or go onto MS's site to find some.
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Thanks everyone! I have Microsoft Excel on my computer, but I have never used it before. Was not sure I would be able to figure it out, but I just played around with it and got it to do exactly what I wanted . Thanks for the help!


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