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post #166 of 260
This is cool. Thank you
post #167 of 260
Can't seem to open this or even use the "save as" function. Many thanks!

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post #168 of 260
All of the matrices in this post produce a 404 error when clicked.
post #169 of 260
I just found this thread and have tried every link to download this matrix.... None seem to be working icon_sad.gif I was hoping someone wouldn't mind sending it to me? I would so love to have a copy of it as I am a newbie at this and just getting started here! Thanks!!!!
post #170 of 260
I am trying to get the pricing right for a wedding cake that I am doing. so far all is good but I need to know if anyone knows how to do more than one filling in the matrix. each tier of the cake I am doing is going to have a different filling but the same white cake, so how do I put that in the matrix. I want to make sure I charge the right amount. also, any ideas on how to charge for a decorated cake dummy? would I charge it like a normal tier or just for ingredients (buttercream and decor). help!!
post #171 of 260
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Originally Posted by izzybee

For those of you not able to download this file, you can go to msn.com, and they have an excel viewer. You can see it but not edit it. thumbs_up.gif


Can u enter information into the viewer or just like see it as you would a pic...
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post #172 of 260
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Originally Posted by MiaT

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MiaT
U R AWESOME!! Thanks for the info.... I downloaded it and now I can use the matrix....
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post #173 of 260
I'm glad I found this post -- the other one I keep receiving notices from is a corrupted thread! icon_cry.gif
To find "THE RECIPE LINKS ARE HERE" thread, click on "Forums", then "Recipes" and it's the first sticky. Latest updates are on (the bottom of) page 10 here: http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopic-625803-135.html
To find "THE RECIPE LINKS ARE HERE" thread, click on "Forums", then "Recipes" and it's the first sticky. Latest updates are on (the bottom of) page 10 here: http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopic-625803-135.html
post #174 of 260
How in the world do I use this!?? I am so not savvy... How do i put in the cost of the items?
post #175 of 260
Wow! Many thanks to Dawn, Loriana and Alice for sharing their wonderful matrices! I know they put in a great deal of hard work on them. My only issue is that I don't use box cake mixes; I bake from scratch, so I'll have to add extra ingredients to each matrix. I just hope I can figure out how to add to and/or change the formulas without screwing it all up! LOL

A special thanks to Alice and Lisa (Loriana) for going into more depth regarding cake sizes and other baked goods. I'm just starting my business, but I plan to specialize in smaller desserts such as cupcakes, cookies, and individual items like mini tarts, cheesecake pops and cake pops. I've just been asked to submit a bid for the very first time, and I have absolutely NO idea how to calculate, what to charge, etc. Once I figure out how to use these matrices, I should be good to go! icon_biggrin.gif
post #176 of 260
This is great..a useful information..thanks again..
post #177 of 260
The download is not showing up on my computer, has it been removed or is it just me?
post #178 of 260
ok, I'm able to pull it up and all but how the heck do you use it??????? icon_eek.gif
post #179 of 260
Thank you so much to everyone who put so much work into these matrices! I am a hobby baker who is trying to make extra money by baking for friends/family and trying to start a word of mouth business/grow clientele. It is a tricky balance between trying to build my cake portfolio and get "any" customers while still trying to not get taken advantage of in the process. Mwah! Mwah! Mwah! Buttercream laced kisses to all of you!! <3
post #180 of 260
Thank you soooo much for this! Excel gives me hives. This makes it much less painful!
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