First, please accept my appreciation for all of your work in these forum, and express my appreciation for your kind words.
1. Can you advise, did I reverse the Height and Width columns?
2. As to a shared Google Doc spreadsheet, I do not know how to do that, and have not yet "googled" that concept.
3. As to your suggestions regarding those without MS products, such as Excel, everyone who has built a hackintosh, should download OpenOffice (FREEWARE) which will allow them to open spreadsheets, as well as word processing (MS Word or Corel Wordperfect) documents, and presentation (MS Power Point) documents.
4. And oh yeah, I forgot about OS X's quick look function:
Previewing files with Quick Look - Using the Quick Look feature, you can quickly view the contents of a file or folder without opening it or starting an application.
To preview an item with Quick Look (Cut & Paste from OS X Help set forth below):
a. Select the item.
b. Choose File > Quick Look, or press Command-Y.
The content you see depends on the type of item. If it’s an image, you’ll see a thumbnail version of it. If it’s a text document, you can read the text and scroll to see more.
c. If you like, continue previewing items by clicking their icons in the Finder. The Quick Look window displays each item as you click it. You can use Quick Look to create an instant slide show by selecting several images and choosing File > Quick Look.