Learn Excel 2010 – “Sakai Grade Book Macro – Part I of IV”: Podcast #1541

April 10, 2012 at 8:50 pm

In Part I Bill looks at the ‘Sakai Grade Book System and how to take the .CSV data file that it provides for teachers and turn it into a ‘Live Grade Book’ – so that scores can be updated and the proper grade reflected. Since formulas are not used in .CSV, Bill has produced a series of Podcasts and a ‘Grade Book App’. Starting today, with Episode #1541, lets look into ‘Sakai’, how the core data appears and where to start ‘Livening’ up your Grade Book. This is Part I of IV.

Formulas for the ‘Grade Book Application‘ that Bill Jelen has created are from the book, “Excel For Teachers” published by Holy Macro! Books. Learn more about the book “Excel For Teachers” by clicking here to go to the “Excel For Teachers” information page.




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