Learn Excel 2010 – “Sakai Grade Book Sum When Not Blank – Part III of IV”: Podcast #1543
Still working with the CSV Data from the Sakai Grade Book, Bill guides us into and through Calculating the Total Possible Points from Non-Blank Cells. Do you need just the percentage scoring? Cannot figure out why your figures are so far off from the Sakai Total? In Episode #1543, Bill examines why this is happening and what you can do to quickly and effectively correct that issue. ‘Livening’ up your Grade Book. This is Part III 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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