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Euro 2012 Pool

Posted on May 29, 2012
Filed Under Sports | 44 Comments

Finally, I finished the Euro 2012 Office Pool Template. Comparing with my previous World Cup 2012 Office Pool, I modify this spreadsheet lay out. That’s the reason why it took so long to finish it, instead of just changing the words. The rule is remain the same, except it is applied only to 31 matches without 16 round matches.

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For you who are new to this template, please find below the short guidance of using this template. This spreadsheet is consists of 5 big parts. Those are Setup, Player Leaderboard, Player Scoreboard, Match Schedules and Individual Player Part. Each parts are formed with one or more worksheets which probably cannot be seen directly. There is no excel macros used in this spreadsheet.

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2012/2013 Academic Calendar

Posted on May 13, 2012
Filed Under Calendar | 3 Comments

In some countries, a new academic year is about to begin. These are new academic calendar templates for 2012/2013 period. There are four models available now,
> August 2012 to August 2013
> July 2012 to July 2013
> August 2012 to July 2013
> July 2012 to June 2013

There is a new feature developed in these templates which I believe it will help you much on designing your school academic calendar, comparing with previous academic calendars.

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The new feature is its capability to mark consecutive dates by typing start and end dates of designated period. There are three tables available to differentiate any period colors. With this feature, you can mark mid or final test, school holidays, and others without typing date after date.

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Credit Card Payoff Calculator

Posted on May 13, 2012
Filed Under Finance | 3 Comments

Perhaps, this credit card payoff calculator is just an ordinary tool you can find easily online. I have created this tool last year to help me getting a better view about my credit card debts.

As most of people know, the toughest part of paying off credit card debt is a commitment not to use it again for any transactions, so everybody can commit on their designated payoff plan. But, there is always a temptation to use it again and again with some consideration that they still have some budget to pay or they will earn some money to pay it later. But, it is more common also that they are running out of credit card limits and the money budgeted for those credit card payment is already spent for other things.

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Back to the template, basically this is a simple credit card payoff calculator that is created using microsoft excel built-in financial function, PMT and NPER function, which you can create yours just by following the formula I used in this template.

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