What allows sophisticated trigger functions; Excel or BA

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What allows sophisticated trigger functions; Excel or BA

Postby parisd » Sat Jan 28, 2006 11:06 am

Betting Softwares with triggering functions are rare, I know of an other one but at 200£ and monthly fee! They gave complexe examples of trigering with multiple criterias.

I was wondering if this is the betting software itself that allows or limits complexe triggering functions or if limits are same for all softwares (BA or other) and are due to Exell only ?
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Postby Mitch » Sat Jan 28, 2006 1:03 pm

As far as Excel is concerned, BA puts data into it and reads the triggers from the trigger column and acts on them.

With a good knowledge of Excel there isn't much that can't be done so I wouldn't really say it has any limitations with the integration with Excel.
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