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post #31 of 38
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Originally Posted by PeteMcCracken View Post
 

http://www.mastercook.com is indicating that a MAC version is in development, perhaps when v14 is released later this summer?
 

Over two years later and no MAC version. Just apps for ipad and iphone. 

post #32 of 38

I would love a copy of the Excel template.

Thanks  

post #33 of 38

Hi Jim,

I know its been awhile but if you still have the excel template, and if you don't mind, would love to have a copy.

Thank you,

Christina

cchitra@yahoo.com

post #34 of 38

I'd like a copy of that template also. PM'd you. 

 

Thanks!

post #35 of 38

I forgot to give my e-mail

 

mrmouse1123@gmail.com

 

Thanks

 

Mickey

post #36 of 38

could anyone please repost a link to a working template? er email me a copy please.

post #37 of 38
Recipe Title  
                                Written by:                                 Date Created:                         Recipe Makes: [quantity] [volume/portions]  

ingredient name 

 

prep method, other notes                                 volume/quantity 

ingredient 

prep method, other notes      volume/quantity

ingredient 

prep method, other notes      volume/quantity

ingredient 

prep method, other notes      volume/quantity

ingredient 

prep method, other notes      volume/quantity

Recipe Prep method steps 

 

 

 

 

tools required 

 

other notes / warnings 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy enough to make in Excel or Google docs, this took me 5 min to make with the awkward table controls on this forum 

 

 

you can add columns for current unit price if you wish to have that information on the recipe card

 

 

 

if you are looking for a recipe template that pulls data from an inventory sheet to auto populate for costing, its possible but im not going to share that kind of work for free :) 

post #38 of 38

If I had know I was going to write a cookbook 25 years ago, the choice I would make back then could not have predicted how much the world would change. Even now, that I have written a cookbook, my children do not use it as much as I thought they would. They use the internet to lookup a recipe because it is quick. Quality, it would seem, has less to do with their decision. All that matters is quick. The exceptions are special events like Christmas or Thanksgiving, or baking, and then they often use my book.

Back in the day, Microsoft Word was the foremost word processor, which is what I used. Unfortunately, Word is wholly inadequate as a publishing tool for a book. Books require cross-indexing, table of contents, and links. Books need a publishing tool like Adobe Framemaker.

 

Publishing tool's advanced features are redundant for web published content on the internet. Table of contents, indexing, and links are all provided by search engines today. Web content is continually being re-indexed and updated 24/7. Finding content easily is highly augmented. Some sites, like blogs, are free and have built-in search the blog capability. If you sharing photos, and recipes with friends and family, a blog may be an easy alternative.  

 

See Blogger.com where you can create a unique and beautiful blog for free!

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