Instructions coming out this week.
But Can you make 5 section version of it? I am not a tech guy, so I do not know how to modify it...what a shame....
You mean so you can do 5 sections in a day? You can actually do that with the spreadsheet as it is.
In the image above, I have assigned PT 9 for April 5th, 2011. I have also assigned PT 10, LR1 for that day. How did I limit PT10 to LR1?
At first, I simply assigned PT 10 to Assignment 2 for April 5th, 2011 by selecting PT10 in the dropdown menu under 'Test'. By default, the spreadsheet assumes you intend to take all four sections. You just have to tell the spreadsheet which sections you don't want to take.
To do this, just type an 'n' in the cells representing the sections you DO NOT
want to take that day. When you do this, the cells will revert with light-grey again, as they were before you assigned PT 10. See assignment 2 below. I have already typed an 'n' in LR2 and RC. The LG slot has yet to revert to light-grey because I have yet to hit enter.
The significance of this is that the spreadsheet recognizes that you have saved the LR2, RC and LG sections of PT10 for another day. Here's what PT10's row looks like on the 'Materials' sheet. Notice how all of PT9 is assigned for April 5th. Only LR1 of PT10 is assigned for that day.
And this is how PT10 looks in the selection menu on the 'Schedule' sheet. It now shows lr2, rc and lg in parentheses next to PT10, indicating that only those sections are available for that PT.
And if I were to assign PT again with only those sections remaining, LR1's cell would automatically remain light-grey. You wouldn't have to type an 'n' in there. It remembers.