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]]>There are two common methods to pay off these debts. The first method is an Avalanche method. This method is proposing you to pay off your highest interest rate first. When that balance is paid in full, apply its monthly payment to the balance with the next highest interest rate until all debts are paid off. The second method is a Snowball method. Under this method, additional payment is dedicated to pay off debts with the smallest amount owed. And when a balance is fully paid, you can allocate the payment to the next smallest balance until all debts are paid off.

What is the most suitable method for your current condition? If you concern about the amount of interests, you can choose the avalanche method. If you concern about reducing the number of debts as quick as possible, you can select the snowball method. You can calculate it first using this calculator if you are not sure about selecting correct option. It requires basic information like credit card balance, Annual Percentage Rate (APR) or credit card interest rate and minimum payment. Don’t forget to put additional payment that you will spare on top of total minimum payment.

In this template, you can write detail information about your debts in maximum ten rows. You can fill it with any types of loans, like credit card and personal loan. I put dummy information to give you a rough figure on how this spreadsheet works.

Type loan names (credit card and other loans) in names column. Dummy data have been filled for your reference. You can replace it with your own with more detail names. Then, put balance, APR, minimum payment in both % and amount in respective cells. Don’t forget to type the amount of additional payment as well as date of current balance on top of the table. The date will be used as a starting marker. All fields that you must fill have white background. There are excel formulas in remaining fields to compute the amount of payment for each loans.

Anyway, this template is not a perfect calculator. It doesn’t take in account dynamic interest rate within a single credit card balance. For example, your credit card balance could consist several transaction with different interest rate which would generate different calculated remaining balance after you pay it. To solve this, you can try to separate those transactions into several rows.

You can see its summary at the top of the worksheet. With reference to dummy data, if you pay off your debts with avalanche method (lowest balance first), you will pay off all of your debts within 52 months. If you pay off your debts by following snowball method (highest interest first), you will pay off your debts within 46 months. In this case, total interests for snowball method is lower than avalanche method. You can see the order of paid off loans at the left side of written loans. Pay off order is different for both methods.

In conclusion, using this debt reduction calculator should help you managing your monthly expenses, especially your credit card payment. By understanding the logic, you can spend the money to correct loan payment in order to minimize calculated interest. If you are looking a more simple one, for single credit card transaction, you can use this simple credit card pay off calculator.

This debt reduction calculator template is fully editable. You can learn its formulas and modify it to meet your own needs.

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]]>You may not need it now, but it should be useful if you plan to retire at certain age and start your own business. You can manage your business risks by withdrawing your savings to support your monthly expenses and grow your business without putting yourself in its payroll until it gains profit. If you don’t plan for early retirement, you can use it for getting a rough figure of money that you will have after official retirement.

By using this calculator, you can get results of :

- The amount of money you have to put for withdrawing a certain amount of money within particular year period (Initial Principal table).
- The amount of annuity payment per year you can receive over particular year period if you start with specific amount of money (Annuity Payment table).
- The number of years you can withdraw particular amount of money based on certain amount of money (Number of Payment Years table).

This calculator should be suitable for you who works on financial institution as well. Or, any financial students who want to see how to implement annuity calculation in Microsoft Excel. I don’t want to explain more detail about financial terms used in this calculator or how the formulas works. There are plenty of resources you can find in internet easily. And if you are financial people, you might already understand it better than me :).

There are three tables that will generate those numbers. You just need to put all required data to get the results.

Fill annual payment, interest rate, inflation rate and number of withdrawal years in respective white fields. Select payment type (beginning or end of year) to withdraw the money. You can put zero on inflation rate cell. It will generate lower initial principal amount. But, inflation rate is a common reference in every country to value their yearly economic growth. To make it simple, this rate is one consideration for any businesses to increase the price of their sold products yearly.

Fill initial principal, interest and inflation rate, number of withdrawal years and payment type in respective cells. Those values will generate annual payment that you will receive each year.

This table will generate the number of years you can withdraw your money. It is based on data you fill on initial principal, interest and inflation rate, withdrawal amount in the first year and payment type fields.

If you open this spreadsheet, you will see that all fillable fields are already filled with dummy values. It should give you a rough figure on how these three tables works. I used built-in excel financial functions to form all formulas. You can see them inside since they are not protected. You can modify those formulas as well as change its layout to suit your needs.

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If you are looking for a more simple calculator to calculate how much your savings will grow after certain period, you can try this savings calculator. It is an old spreadsheet but it is still relevant to calculate your savings without any withdrawal plans.

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]]>There are two worksheets in this template, “Appliances Data” and “Calculation” worksheet. You can start using it from “Appliances Data” worksheet.

This worksheet is already filled with some common appliances along with their rating values. You may check with your current electronic devices to make sure that the values are correct.

Type required information in the following columns :

- Item Column. Type all of your household appliances. You can modify existing item and revise its rating values. Item name must be unique.
- Rating Column (Watt). If you can’t find Watt information in your item specification, you can use conversion box at the right side of the table. It is used to convert Voltage and Current specification into Watt unit. Then, you can copy and paste its value into respective field. I have tried to put common power rating for your reference. You can see that different model of similar item have different Wattage values that could save more if you use them. Like light bulbs, LED model consumes 25% less than Incandescent model. Have you aware about it? LED model is more expensive, but you can save it in the long run.
- Efficiency Rating column (optional). You can leave it empty. But, you may not ignore it for equipment that operate with different wattage between their initial and operation state. For example, stated wattage value in Air Conditioner/Heater equipment show initial or maximum rating value when the compressor is active. Needed energy will be decrease into 60% of its stated power rating when the targeted temperature is reached and the compressor is not active. You may read some advises from AC/heater experts on how to optimize its usage. This behavior also applies to laundry or washing machines.
- Description and Notes columns (optional).

All fillable fields have white background. There are dummy values to help you understand it easier. Type/select required information as follows :

- House location (optional) and cost/kWh (check your bill)
- Appliance Item from drop down list in Appliance Column
- Hourly usage per day for selected appliance
- Number of similar appliance unit (if you leave it empty, consumption per day will take 1 as default value)
- Usage frequency (in day(s)) per week (if you leave it empty, consumption per week will take 7 as default value)
- Usage frequency (in day(s)) per month (if you leave it empty, consumption per month will take 30 as default number of days)

If the discrepancy between computed energy consumption and electricity bill value are too obvious, try to adjust rating and hourly usage for some appliances that you suspect are not typed correctly.

In conclusion, by using this electricity consumption calculator template you can discover which appliances that consume more energy than others. Thus, you can decide either you will replace it or manage its running time to lower you monthly electricity bill. You will be amazed on how much you can save it after your did some adjustment. This template is fully editable. You can create your own spreadsheet based on ideas in this spreadsheet. You can adjust its layout or tweaking its formulas to suit your needs.

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]]>There are logic that you have to understand before using this excel template. Financial people should already understand it well. In a more detail definition, break event point is calculated by comparing the amount of revenues/sold units with fixed and variable costs associated with those generated revenues/sold units. There are many different ways to apply this concept in Excel. Letâ€™s take a look at a few of them as well as an example of how to implement it in the Excel template.

The break-even point formula is calculated by dividing the total fixed costs of production by the price per unit less the variable costs to produce the product.

Break Event Point in Units= Fixed Costs/(Sales Price per Unit – Variable Cost per Unit)

Since the price per unit minus the variable costs of product is also called the contribution margin per unit, the equation above can be written as follow :

Break Event Point in Units= Fixed Costs/Contribution Margin per Unit

By putting all required numbers, you can get a number of units that you must sell to cover all of your business expenses. You can convert this number to revenue number by multiplying it with its sales price.

Now, let’s see how to use the template with above logic and equation.

In this template, you can see production capacity is put on top of the table. This number corresponds with a number of employees, company space, machine investment (for depreciation), and many other expenses category that will be classified as Fixed Costs. Fixed cost means cost that you must expense monthly regardless of number of units being produced or sold. You must pay your employees regularly, doesn’t it? You can modify current categories with yours. Type the production capacity in Units and fixed costs in Dollar (you can change to other currency from formatting cell menu). The excel formula will calculate its cost per unit at the left side of inputted amount.

Then, you can put variable costs for the products. You must fill the amount in per Unit column. The excel formula will calculate the total cost needed to produce all units. Why this cost is considered variable? Because you won’t expense money if you don’t produce it. For example, to produce 1000 mobile phones you need to purchase 1000 boxes and print 1000 user guides. If you produce more mobiles phones, you need to purchase more. On the other hand, if you produce less mobile phones, you need to purchase less. There are many materials that can be classified in this Variable Cost category. You can modify current category in this template.

After completing both Fixed and Variable Cost section, you can define your sales price target. It must be higher than fixed plus variable cost per unit. You can call the difference as Profit Margin. This is the value that you can adjust by considering all expenses as well as competitor price. You will get Break Even Points in both number of units and amount of revenue in dark green cells below targeted selling price row. You can select the cells to see where the formulas are linked. The formula format is similar with logic that has been explained in the second paragraph.

In conclusion it is clear that any units sold below calculated break even points will burden your company financially. That’s why you must calculate it precisely when this break even points should be reached when you launch a new product. This Break Even Point analysis template calculates break even point only. You need a financial plan spreadsheet to plan more carefully and see it map in one year or particular period. Feel free to modify this template since it is fully editable. There are other criteria that you might need to put in this template to simulate your own products accurately.

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]]>Because it is easy to calculate, you can find this tool in plenty of sites with variety layouts to accompany its basic calculation. The Excel template you download below is a basic net worth calculator. In this template, I put assets table above liabilities table. I put subtraction formula on top of those tables to ease you see net worth calculation result clearly. This template is fully editable. You can modify or add more columns and rows to suit your needs. Ignore the inputted values. They are just dummies put to check the created excel formulas.

Since it is a basic template, you can put your assets and liabilities values in white cells in respective assets and liabilities fields.

I wrote common assets names where you can use or modify. If you use it for company purposes, it could require more item and you can delete several irrelevant item. Here are the breakdown of its category.

**Cash/Cash Equivalent**

- Checking Account – Local and International Currency
- Savings Account – Local and International Currency
- Certificate of Deposits – Local and International Currency
- Life Insurance
- Other Cash/Cash Equivalent

**Property/Personal Belonging**

- Houses and apartments
- Cars and motorcycles
- Jewelries
- Furniture

**Other Properties/Personal Belonging**

- Artwork and Antiques
- Electronic Items

**Investments**

- Securities (stocks, bonds, mutual funds)
- Treasury Bills
- Car rental
- House rental
- Other investments

**Other Assets**

- Money Borrowed to Others
- Other

I divided liabilities into two categories, loan and non loan. Feel free to modify it.

**Loan**

- House Mortgage
- Car Loan
- Credit Card Debt
- Consumer Loans
- Student Loans
- Other Loans

**Non Loan**

- Unpaid Taxes
- Money Owed to Others
- Other liabilities

After entering all values, you can check its net worth calculation. Then, you can print this worksheet as one page. And you can duplicate the formulas for new category. If you need more worksheets, you can duplicate it from the excel tab menu.

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]]>For private or family purposes, you can easily monitor when your car needs to go to auto repair services shop. You can ask your car for tuning up or let the technician to check your fuel system. You can do the same if you are managing a number of operational vehicles at your company. If the average fuel consumption tends to decrease, you can ground suspected cars and schedule them for repairs.

You might try to create your own formula and calculate it by yourself. To find average mileage per liter, you can just put total mileage and then divide it with total fuel consumption between subsequent refueling. It should be easy if required data can be pulled exactly. Nowadays, most of cars are equipped with electronic device that will display its fuel consumption in real time. But, most of them will give you the average consumption based on all taken journey. They are not giving you information of your single trip, except you reset the odometer every time you go.

This template provides table that you need to fill per every time you refuel your car. You can allocate one worksheet for one car. By recording all refueling information, you can pull those data every time you need it. As a result, you can track which trip that cause your car to consume more fuel than usual. Why not based on start and end trip? Because the intention is to calculate the average of fuel consumption per car not per trip. If you need more criteria to be calculated you can use my Car Fleet Management template.

There are three big parts in this one worksheet where you need to pay attention.

These initial data are optional and have no effect in written formula.

- Car Model, Number and Department that use it
- Maximum Tank Capacity, you can change Liter at the right side of its field to other volume metric unit
- Gasoline Type

You must record required data every time you refuels your car. Remember that refueling can be done after several trips or within one sing but long trip. I put several dummy data to guide you on how to fill it properly.

Required fields are :

- Date. In the first refueling date, it is assumed that the tank has no fuel left.
- Odometer Value
- Purchased Volume
- Total cost
- Gas Station Name (optional)

Remember that you can type required data in cells with white background.

There are three columns in this part where you can see its calculated numbers (based on refueling information). They are the average for all refueling trip, the average for the first and the last four refueling trip. All data are informed in mileage and cost per volume (liter). There are green and red markers at the left of calculated average at the last two columns. They are used to show you the value comparison between the first and the last four refueling trip.

I will explain it based on dummy data inside the spreadsheet. The first refueling average value is calculated by subtracting odometer value from 2nd row with 1st row from refueling table. Then, it is divide by purchased volume from 1st row. That’s why it is assumed that the tank has zero fuel in the beginning. The second refueling average is calculated by taking odometer data from row 3 and 2 and divide it with volume data from row, and so on. Then, all calculated values are averaged to get the expected average number.

This fuel consumption calculator spreadsheet is not free to be modified for your particular purposes. You can duplicate the worksheet for other cars, duplicate refueling table formulas for more rows and tweak average fuel consumption formula for other specific measurement.

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]]>This type of loan is usually taken when people or companies are confident that they will have those big amount of money on particular time. For example, they have invoices that will be paid when their projects are completed. There are risks for agreeing with this type of loan, especially if people couldn’t pay the agreed balance at the end of loan period. And they may decide to ask for changing to common loan payment. It will cause them to pay higher interest than normal loan payment interest. If you are a person who must decide on getting that loan, it is recommended that you calculate this very carefully. The low interest will tempt you to take it, but if you don’t calculate it correctly, your total payment could make you pay more.

This balloon loan payment template is a simple excel tool to help you calculate it roughly. It is intended to give you a simple illustration on this type of loan payment.

Just type required information in respective cells below :

- Amount of your loan in Loan Amount field
- Bank/financial institution offered interest per year
- Period of your amortization, commonly it is longer than payment period
- Number of installment months that you plan to pay before paying the remaining balance off.
- Payment date

Those blank fields above have green color in the background. You will see all calculation in the second table and its amortization schedule calculation below it. In 2nd table, you will see monthly and total payment where it consists initial loan amount plus total interest. Because this is a rough calculation, there are no fields set for other initial payment like insurance or down payment. But, you can customize it since there is no protection in this spreadsheet.

In amortization schedule table, you can see all calculated amount per month broken down into balance, principal, interest and payment amounts. At the bottom of the table, you can see the remaining balance that you need to pay when the loan payment period is reached. You can select respective cells to see the formulas that have been created. You can run amortization payment calculation until 180 months. If you need more, you can modify and extend the formulas to cover your aimed period.

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I haven’t had time to revisit and update my old loan spreadsheets. You can read and download my amortization schedule and chart template if you are looking for a common one. You can use my extra payment template if you wanted to simulate paying bigger amount than agreed during your loan period.

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]]>You can’t see the formulas in my free calendars because they are protected. But, I will show you how to create it if you didn’t plan to purchase the paid version and want to create it by yourself.

In this tutorial, I will create a calendar for year 2016. I use a simple approach to create the calendar since I will focus on showing you how to create conditional formatting rule to change date colors. I created the calendar by putting the start date of all months in year 2016 on correct weekday name cell. Then, continue filling remaining cells by creating formula to add the dates automatically and stop the addition if it reach the end of the month.

Here is step-by-step instruction to create the basic calendar. I will start from the January table.

> Create 8 rows x 7 columns. Since this is excel, you don’t need to insert anything like Word :). This is the area where you will work in the beginning

> Merge the first row and write the name of the month

> Write initial of each day name in the second row

> Tag the day of the first day and put in correct cell. In this sample, 1st January falls on Friday.

> Use this simple addition function to add dates in sequence in next cells automatically.

- Put F6+1 in cell G6 and drag G6 cell until H column.
- Put H6+1 in cell B7
- Put B7+1 in cell C7 and drag C7 cell until H column
- Select B7:H7 cell, and copy them
- Paste it in cell B8:H9

> Create a formula to stop adding dates when it reaches the end of the month. Or, you can just stop it manually.

Formula in cell B10

=IF(MONTH(H9)<>MONTH(H9+1),””,H9+1)

This formula basically checks whether the month of date in cell H9 is similar with the month of date if the date in cell H9 is added by one. If the condition is met, than the date addition is continued, if it isn’t then it is stopped.

> Create similar formula with different cell reference in cell C10

Formula in cell C10

=IF(B10<>””,IF(OR(B10=””,MONTH(B10)<>MONTH(B10+1)),””,B10+1),””)

- Copy and paste this C10 formula to cell D10:H10.
- Copy and paste cell B10:H10 to cell B11:H11

You have completed all formulas in the first month table. But, as you can see in picture below, it is still as it is. It needs to be tidied up.

> Personalizing the table (formatting the dates, colorizing its header and align its column width). Change all dates format to show only day number by selecting cell B6:H11 and go to Format Cell menu (you can right click on that selection and select format cell). Go to Number tab menu > Custom. Then type “d” as number format code in its input bar. “d” is the initial of Day in English. It could be other initial in other language.

> After you finished with this table, you can copy this table and paste it next to it for creating the second month, February.

As shown in picture above, after you finished duplicating January month table for the second table, you can start customizing pasted table by :

- Changing month name from January to February
- Putting the first date of February in correct weekday cell, and tidy up the first row of month February. Formulas below the first row (row 7 to 11) will be adjusted accordingly.
- Repeat all steps above until all 12 months are created. Final year calendar will look like picture below.

**Notes :** I select and copy column B:D and paste it into column J:P for duplicating month January format to month February. You can do similar steps for March as well. But, you must select row 4:11 or select specific month for remaining months.

This is the main focus of this tutorial. You can read it carefully to fully understand how to map dates into correct conditional formatting rules.

> Allocate date rows for events. I allocated 15 rows for events. It means, you can write until 15 events to have it marked in calendars with colors that you have specified. Pay attention to Date column since this column is the main reference of conditional formatting rule.

> Assign specific name for date group. To make it easier to be used, instead of putting cell $AA$5:$AA$19 as group of event dates reference, you could specify a name for them to make you easier when inserted that group in formula reference. Select this group and type name in name range box at the top left side below menu ribbon as pointed in pictures below. I assigned “Holiday” as its name range.

**Notes :** You can modify this name range (expand or reduce cell reference) in name manager menu. You can access it from Formulas tab ribbon > Name Manager.

> Set conditional formatting rule for the calendar. Select all 12 months and then go to Conditional Formatting Tab Menu > New Rule

The logic to map the formula is, if the date in the calendar is similar to date in the event group table, then change its color to specific color.

the formula I chose to use to map this logic is

=match(B6,Holiday,0)

**Notes : **

- Why B6? B6 is the first cell in calendar group selection. It could be any cell references, depends on your own calendar tables and group selection.
- Don’t put Dollar sign ($) in B6. By default, excel will put this dollar sign automatically when you point your mouse to that cell reference. You need to remove it. $ will make the rule works based on cell B6 condition only while removing the sign will make it apply to all cells in your date selection. You can try to experiment with that sign to get a better understanding about its behavior.

Then you can go to format menu to assign specific format if the stated condition is met. Here, I set cells to be filled with red and font color to be changed to white.

You can apply this rule by clicking Apply or clicking OK and closing the conditional formatting rules menu. You can see the result in picture below.

You can start to create the second table for other color by repeating steps above.

You can create as many tables as you want. Remember that one table, or one name range to be exact, can only be assigned with one color.

This rule is a little bit tricky. It is not as simple as creating formula for single date event table. Here, you need to assign a name range for ONE CELL only. Why? It is only one cell and it doesn’t have to be named. Yes, but you will get confused if you don’t name it when you write a conditional formatting rule for those dates.

> Create Consecutive Date event table

It needs two columns, one for start dates and other for end dates. In this tutorial, I allocated five rows for this purposes. I set cell AD5:AD9 for start dates column and AE5:AE9 for end dates column.

> Select and assign names to all start and end dates cells. Set it in similar bar where you put Holiday name for group of single dates.

- 1st row start date, cell AD5 = Cona1
- 1st row end date, cell AE5 = Cona2
- 2nd row start date, cell AD6 = Conb1
- 2nd row end date, cell AE6 = Conb2

Do this until you have 10 names for those 10 cells. It can be any names, you can type names that you can remember easily when you have to work with this cell references.

> Set conditional formatting rule. Select all 12 months again and then go to Conditional Formatting Menu > New Rule

The logic is to check whether the calendar date is between specific start and end dates as typed in consecutive event date table. We are not using MATCH function here. I use a simple OR and AND condition for this logic implementation. Is it simple? Yes, if you only have several consecutive dates. But, you will write a very long formula if you want to have more tables and more periods.

The formula to check the date with the first period is

=AND(Cona1<>””,Cona2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Cona1,B6<=Cona2)

Remember : Cona1 is the start date and Cona2 is the end date of the first event period

It will check whether the cells are empty or filled (Cona1<>””,Cona2<>””) and it will check whether the calendar date (B6) is within the specified period (B6>=Cona1,B6<=Cona2). I set dark blue color to fill respective dates if the condition is met and change the font color into white.

You can check the result by clicking Apply. If it works as expected, you can start creating the formula for the second row of the event. It should be typed :

=AND(Conb1<>””,Conb2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Conb1,B6<=Conb2)

You can type it in your Notepad, or blank area of your worksheet before combining them in conditional formatting rules window.

Based on two formulas above, you have 2 conditions that will have similar colors when the condition is met. To combine those, you can use OR function, and the format will be like this (combine this in notepad and then copy and paste it into rule window):

=OR(AND(Cona1<>””,Cona2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Cona1,B6<=Cona2),

AND(Conb1<>””,Conb2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Conb1,B6<=Conb2))

Check again whether your formula is typed well.

You can continue completing the formula for all event periods. The final formula should look like this :

=OR(AND(Cona1<>””,Cona2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Cona1,B6<=Cona2),

AND(Conb1<>””,Conb2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Conb1,B6<=Conb2),

AND(Conc1<>””,Conc2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Conc1,B6<=Conc2),

AND(Cond1<>””,Cond2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Cond1,B6<=Cond2),

AND(Cone1<>””,Cone2<>””,B6<>””,B6>=Cone1,B6<=Cone2))

Now you see how long the formula is. It is for five event date period. You will have a very long formula that needs to be typed carefully if you want to cover more periods.

That’s all guys. You can start personalizing the calendar and experimenting with those formulas. You can follow similar steps to create School calendar which usually doesn’t start from January. If you want to use ready-made year calendars you can get it in 2016/2017 School Calendar and 2017 Calendar posts (formulas in free versions are protected though). If you already have the paid version or plan to purchase one so you don’t have to start from the scratch, you can apply above method to customize it. But, newest 2017 calendar models have different conditional formatting rules where it uses additional function to accommodate typing single and consecutive dates in similar table.

There are video tutorials that you can watch in youtube as well.

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]]>Hopefully, these calendars could fit any types of your needs. But, not all new calendar templates are free. Some are available in commercial version, as their brief description can be read at the bottom of this article.

You might familiar with these ones. They are original calendar templates that have been here since 2008. There are 3 tables for single event dates and 3 tables for consecutive event dates. All event tables are in separate worksheet where all inputted event dates will be marked in respective dates inside the calendar in another worksheet.

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This model is available since last year. It is a one page calendar where it has event description in the middle of the calendar. Single and consecutive tables are still separated in this model. But you can have similar color for those dates by typing similar color codes on respective dates.

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This is a linear calendar. All dates are aligned horizontally. It has event description date tables with similar layout with model 1, but you can print this calendar and event table within one single page.

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This is a new model. The first picture in this article is a screenshot of this model. It has month tables at the left side and event description at the right side. You can print its month table only or include its event description.

It has 42 event date rows where you can type single or consecutive dates in those rows. Select event month in column AA, and type single or consecutive start date in column AB. If you input single date, you can continue to the next row, but you need to type consecutive end date in column AD if you plan to cover several dates in sequence.

Those written dates will be marked with specific color in month tables. You can specify the color by typing the code in color code column (AG). There are dummy dates already inputted in this calendar to guide you type it properly. Due to lengthy conditional formatting formula, Sunday and Monday model is created in separate spreadsheet.

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This is a linear model, like model 3, but it has sharing date features like model 5. All event date tables are grouped into specific months. If you want to add event that occur in February, you have to type it in February table. It has 8 rows that you can type with either single or consecutive dates. You can apply different color markers for all of those inputted dates. And you can hide the color codes by turn it off from the dropdown list at the right side of the calendar to make it hidden from the calendar when you print it.

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This one basically has a similar model with model 3, except it has 3 rows in each month. Each row has one assigned single event and one assigned consecutive dates as you can see in each event table header title.

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If you are looking previous calendar model with event description at the left and right side of the calendar, you can download this new model. It has similar outlook with previous one, except I modified its date columns to accommodate consecutive dates. Previously, you only can type single date in its event description. By having this consecutive dates option, you can type more dates in respective month description table.

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This is a monthly version. No new additional functions. To use this calendar, you just have to put your dates in Event list worksheet and all dates will be populated automatically in respective month worksheets.

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This calendar is similar with model 12, except you must type in each month worksheets where all dates and event description will be pulled into the table in Event list worksheet.

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As usual, all calendars above are protected, they can be used but they can’t be modified. And if you see model numbering above, you will see that some models are missing. They are not missing, they are just not available for free. You can read more about other models in About worksheet in each calendars.

Those 2017 calendars require a minimum Excel 2007 for Windows and Excel 2008 for Mac to make all conditional formatting formula run properly. You can purchase the commercial version for USD 5.00 only if you want to have full control over those 14 models.

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]]>This Men’s Olympic Football 2016 spreadsheet is a schedule and scoresheet for Men competition only. I planned to create Women competition spreadsheet but I didn’t think I will have enough time to do it. Layout of this schedule is similar with previous Copa America and Euro 2016 spreadsheets, all group and knock out matches are shown and can be printed in one page. Knock out round will have bracket format with one score box allocated for fulltime score and additional box will be shown if respective matches have to be decided by penalty shoot out.

16 teams will be divided into 4 groups with top two teams will advance to the knock out round. Those are :

Group A : Brazil, South Africa, Iraq, Denmark

Group B : Sweden, Colombia, Nigeria, Japan

Group C : Fiji, South Africa, Mexico, Germany

Group D : Honduras, Algeria, Portugal, Argentina

Those teams will be ranked based on regulation below :

1. Higher Points

2. Better Goal Differential

3. Better Goals Scored For

If teams are shared similar ranks after rule no 3, they will be reranked based on rule 1 – 3 among those teams only.

And If it still produces similar rank, they will be drawn by FIFA.

I think you already familiar with this spreadsheet. To use it, you just have to type the scores in respective boxes and all ranks in groups will be adjusted accordingly. Teams who advance to knock out rounds will be placed automatically in respective brackets and you can continue typing the scores there.

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The spreadsheet is protected, but there is an unprotected version, if you want to learn the code or just want to thank me, that you can purchase through the paypal button below.

Another spreadsheet that could accompany you watching this football tournament is a Men’s Olympic Football Office Pool. It is a prediction game spreadsheet that you can play with your friends.

You can download it below. The free version is limited to 15 players only. There are commercial version if you want to extend your players until 100 players. If you are new on using this type of spreadsheet, you can follow the instruction in Copa America 2016 article on using it and understanding its rule since they are sharing similar template. And there is a single prediction sheet that you can use to collect your player’s predictions.

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There are 2 version you can choose, editable on shown worksheets (workbook is protected as well as its group standing formula codes) and fully editable version. Editable on shown worksheets version will allow you to modify anything on all shown worksheets, but you can’t add or remove worksheets as well as can’t access main formula in its hidden worksheet since the workbook is protected, while the fully editable one will allow you to do anything with the spreadsheet.

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