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Weekly Class Schedule

Posted on October 28, 2009
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One excel spreadsheet that can be built based on my weekly calendar template is a weekly class schedule. You can print this spreadsheet as a blank weekly schedule or you can customize it based on your weekly schedule. And like my weekly calendar, you can customize it by filling in one column list and the excel formula will automatically adjust your schedule in the weekly schedule worksheet.

Weekly Class Schedule

This weekly class schedule consists of two worksheets. The first one is a worksheet where you have to fill your lesson schedule based on lesson recurring period, either day or date, and fixed date reference. For example, within your academic year, you have math lesson that recurred every Monday, you have probably one lesson that only occur once a month, and you have lesson examination with fixed dates, where all dates have to be filled manually in a blank calendar or in your school book.

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2010 Calendar

Posted on October 27, 2009
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Year 2010 is about to come. An excel calendar 2009 that I created last year is the first calendar I made. There are many types I made for 2009 calendars, like monthly, three monthly, six monthly where you can customize those calendars with your events and holidays.

2010 Calendar

This calendar is the first 2010 excel calendar type I release. This is a one page, 12 month calendar where you can colorize the date based on your reminders, events and holidays. There is two worksheets in this calendar. The first worksheet is reminder-event-holiday worksheet where you can put your reminders, events and holidays in corresponding columns. If you put the same dates for those three, the first priority will go to reminder, then event and the last priority is holiday. The color of the dates will be the same with the corresponding column colors.

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Calorie Counter

Posted on October 27, 2009
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This calorie counter spreadsheet is a tool that you can use to count your daily calorie intake. By selecting food or drink item in the list, you can see how many calories you will absorb if you eat or drink those item.

Calorie Counter

Guidance to use this spreadsheet is simple. Just select your food or drink item, input their estimated weight in oz, and the excel formula will show you the estimated calories for those item. The food and drink database are collected from many sources in internet where I cannot guarantee whether the calorie value per oz is really measured. So, don’t use it as a real reference.

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