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beginner-friendly additions to readme #15

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dougrk commented Dec 26, 2018

Webxcel can be very useful as a rapid prototyping tool. It's especially powerful for people who lack the ability or time to set up a data back-end for an application. For instance, students in a UX design class.

These additions to the readme contain instructions that are helpful to people with no experience running VBA applications. It also includes a mention of issue #14, which may be confusing to some (it sure got me stuck for a bit!)

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Ok, the comments weren't shown in the conversation tab. Maybe this will work

@michaelneu michaelneu merged commit 6147ff1 into michaelneu:master Jan 9, 2019

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michaelneu commented Jan 9, 2019

Thanks!

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