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CheckList Excel Files
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CheckList Excel Files
Pretty new to the card collecting hobby and wondering if you guys make your own excel spread sheets to easily track your cards, determine % of hit rates, cost per cards, etc, or do you use someone's program? I know Beckett and other sites have text based checklists and I use that info to make my excel sheets, but I am wondering if there is an easier way.

Cheers,

Note: Please Don't flame me if this info has been asked before or is available on the forum already. I looked quickly, and didn't find it, if it is and you can help, just nicely point me in the direction.

Thanks.


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RE: CheckList Excel Files
I have never really used an excel sheet for cards but I know a lot of ppl do. I have a sub on Beckett and just use that to track the pricing and what not. Welcome to the Forum.
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#3

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Lots of people use Excel. Another option is to use the checklists onsite here you can download and convert to PDF . You can also use organize here but that is not without it's history of troubles. If you are a specific player collector check some of the groups on social media as there are lots of people who can help fill in the blanks (I am a Bonds guy and Beckett does not list many of the more obscure cards) Best of luck and welcome
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I use Excel to keep an inventory of my PC..by year with running totals of cards and amounts of $$. I get the data from Beckett..but find it cumbersome to cut a paste that data..hard to reformat the data...so I add a little at a time..
So I write my own data in the spreadsheet with formulas.
My PC is Giants so i have cards from 1958-2020 and need a database to show my haves easier than trying to print the Beckett data.

I am sure there is a way to directly copy the ORG or OPG into a Excel sheet, but I have not mastered that technique yet..


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thanks Guys, thats what I figured.
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#6

RE: CheckList Excel Files
This is a pretty solid site for checklists too - https://www.tradingcarddb.com/
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I use Excel just to track my PCs.
I focus my PC on Ken Griffey Jr but I also collect Jay Buhner, Steve Largent and Ryan Bader. Secondary collection: Seattle teams & Univ. of Arizona
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I have noticed that this website usually has Excel checklists for most newer sets. I typically just google "gogts 'set name' checklist" and it usually pops up. The link below will send you to the 2019 Series 2 checklist.

https://gogts.net/2019-topps-series-2-ba...checklist/
I collect Aroldis Chapman, Cuban Players, Toronto Blue Jays, and anything of interest!
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(03-03-2020, 03:59 PM)jplarson Wrote: This is a pretty solid site for checklists too - https://www.tradingcarddb.com/
Agreed. I use it myself and find it much easier to read then Beckett Organize.

Website is now being changed to tcdb.com though.
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