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Maintenance log spreadsheet

Not sure if anybody else would want this but just in case here it is. A friend of mine suggested making a maintenance log sheet up to track the service I do on the bike since I don't really want to take it to the shop for simple maintenance. This way if I have a warrantee issue I could use it to show that the proper work had been done. Of course I keep receipts for all the oil, filters, etc. as well.This log sheet is a copy of the one in the owners manual ('06 model) and if anybody sees anything I missed or got wrong let me know.

I know, there is one in the book but when you're a computer geek everything goes in the computer.

Had to zip the file because .xls isn't valid for upload
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that looks quite usefull, however i don't have excel on my home PC, i'm a cheap ass and bought XP home, OEM aswell.............i was broke OK!
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that looks quite usefull, however i don't have excel on my home PC, i'm a cheap ass and bought XP home, OEM aswell.............i was broke OK!
Here's a link to a Microsoft viewer that will let you read & view Excel spreadsheets. Can't do anything else with it but what the heck, it's free!
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=EN

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oh, thankyou very much!
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Get OpenOffice. It handles XLS just fine.
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LarryC, thank you for posting it, I saved it for future use
vaanen, if you have gmail (google mail) you can use google docs & spreadsheets. You can upload the document and save it, view it and edit it online without having M$ office installed.
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ah, even better! i do have google mail actually! thnx!
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