A spreadsheet that added columns for an ad campaign is confusing to use.
The program created by an Ottawa-based company is called a cubicex printer, but it is actually an automated spreadsheet.
The company that created it, DubiPrint, says it will help advertisers create customized spreadsheets for them.
But the problem is, it’s not clear if the numbers on the spreadsheet are correct.
The spreadsheet, called the ad campaign spreadsheet, is a column-based spreadsheet that displays ads from the CBC.
It can add columns, which are like a sidebar that shows more information about the ad.
It shows a preview of an ad, and can show more information on each column.
There are a number of other columns on the campaign spreadsheet.
The columns on that spreadsheet show the ad and the company’s name, the target audience, the price of the ad, the ad type and the duration of the campaign.
The column labeled “target audience” shows which demographics the ad target is targeting, such as age, gender, and ethnic background.
The column labeled ads is for the actual ads.
It lists the ads that the ad company ran on CBC Radio’s The Current during the election period.
The number in the column labeled prices shows how much each ad cost.
The price column is for an average of all the ads, not for the ads individually.
The numbers in the columns labeled ads duration, price, ads duration and price are the same as those shown on the spreadsheets, but they’re not listed on the ads.
DubiPrint says it is a great product that helps advertisers target their ads, and it does that with a simple spreadsheet.
But, as of now, the company is still not clear what the numbers are on the chart are.
The Canadian Press is working with CBC News to clarify the issue.CBC News contacted DubiPrint for more information.CBC spokesperson Daniel Lopatnik said in an email: The CBC has not yet received any complaints about this product.
If a customer has concerns, they can contact Dubi Print directly at 416-622-5272.CBC Marketplace has reached out to the CBC for comment.