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World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet

Posted on February 10, 2010
Filed Under Soccer, Sports | 320 Comments

It is not easy to write again after three months I didn’t write and post any templates. And, I am really sorry for not replying many comments due to my time limitation to monitor this site. But…, I am back now with my newest sport template, World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet Template. This template is the first version, because I plan to add analysis worksheet which can help you (and me of course icon smile World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet ) analyzing your favourite teams before they play their matches.

This template is based on my previous Euro 2008 template. Because World Cup 2010 tournament consists of 32 teams, compare with Euro 2008 tournament which only consists of 16 teams, I made lay out modification to make the sheet fit nicely and properly if it is printed within one page A4 or letter paper size.

World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet V1.31 World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet

I am also adjusting the excel formula for deciding and ranking the teams that qualify to the next round after they played all their group matches, if two or more teams have same points, based on World Cup tournament tie regulation where the tie regulation is slightly different with Euro 2008 tie regulation.

I maintain the language and timezone conversion, so you can use or print this template based on your language and time zone. I would like to thanks to Google which provide a very good translation tool which translate my words in this template in seconds. But, I still need a better human translation to make it fully comply with your language. You can help me refining that translation, or add new language translation, by downloading the language file and send it back to me. I will put your name as credit in this site. There 34 different languages and 139 cities timezone available in this version. Just select your language and timezone from the dropdown list in the upper left side of the worksheet to change the appearance of the worksheet into your local language and timezone.

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Monthly Calendar

Posted on November 10, 2009
Filed Under Calendar | 59 Comments

This monthly calendar is an extension of monthly event calendar 2009 I have made a year ago. There are many improvements I have made in this calendar. Compare to the previous one, this calendar can accommodate until 6 to-do list or events at the same dates. And you still can put additional one holiday or one important event on top of the row. And there are additional columns where you can put your time consideration of those events or you can leave it blanks.

Monthly Calendar Monthly Calendar

There are two worksheets that are shown in this spreadsheet, the first one is “todo-holiday-event” worksheet. And you can start to use it as your 2010 monthly calendar by setting the month and the year in the first rows of this worksheet to January 2010. You change it according to your preference. After that, you can put your to-do list in to-do list column. You can useĀ  this list as your reminder list also. For example, you can put your favorite movies schedule, your concert show, your favorite sport teams schedule etc. And you don’t have to type it in sequence, because the excel formula will display and order it automatically in the calendar. So, you can add it anytime without thinking of ordering the dates.

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Body Fat Calculator

Posted on November 1, 2009
Filed Under Health | 5 Comments

The person’s total body-fat can make a tremendous difference to their body shape and health. Since muscle tissue is more compact than fat, any deposition of fat will cover a greater area than that of muscle. One of parameter that can be used to measure health status of a person is a body fat percentage, where it is defined as the total weight of the person’s fat divided by the person’s weight.

Body Fat Calculator Body Fat Calculator

There are several methods to calculate body fat percentage, and usually the parameter for men and women also different. I choose two popular methods. The first method is Caliper method, which developed by A.S. Jackson, and M.L. Pollock in year 1985, that include weight in the calculation and the second method is developed by US Navy that include height in the calculation. You can read more information about Caliper method here.

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