2014 Commonwealth Games schedule PDF Vs. Excel

By Peter Chubb - Jul 25, 2014

Today is the second day of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, which as you may know is the 20th event being held in Glasgow, Scotland. The first day already saw England get a good tally of medals, putting us first in the standings. However, it is still early days and there is so much more to come, and to help better prepare yourself for the days ahead, then we have a couple of ways in which you can do this.

2014 Commonwealth Games schedule – The first way to see what events are coming up is with PDF, which you can see here. We love how this PDF is nice and large on the screen and is an easy way to go through the coming days to see upcoming events, but for some reason when you scroll down it seems to flick past Tuesday, July 29th too quickly and I was unable to see all the details.

It is for this reason why I feel the Commonwealth Games XLS schedule for Excel is the better choice, which you can download now. The layout is the same as the PDF one, but you do have more control over how it is viewed because you can change the size and even edit the content if you wish to do so.

Being able to do this means you will be able to update as and when an event is finished and what the results are. Who knows, maybe one of our readers will do this and then upload the latest Commonwealth Games 2014 results.

On a personal note, I cannot wait to see the start of the diving and will be cheering Tom Daley on, as I do hope he has been able to overcome his recent issues and get the gold medal he so rightly deserves for England.

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2014 Commonwealth Games schedule PDF Vs. Excel