V Planner 4.2, High School V Planner V4.2, and Homeschool Lesson Planner V4 are ready for use. Download from the Member's area.
Type or paste lesson plans, one per row, into the lesson plan columns in the S-Sheets. The difficulties of this step exist in not understanding how lesson plans are handled by the lesson planners. So before entering lesson plans, acquaint yourself to the Lesson Planners and a Beta version of V3. Manipulate the lesson plan fetching systems (NS and DS) to see how everything works. Watch Lesson Plan and Planner related videos online at: Video Home Page
Current Videos Online as of today 6/9/13:
How Lesson Plan Columns are Handled in the Planners
Using the Bump Column to Create a Lesson Plan Sequence for the Date Planners
Outdated Lesson Planners in this video, but the NS & DS information is relevant- The Two Planner Systems in V Planner V2.5
The S in S-Sheet Stands for Subject - As you might have noticed, each S-Sheet is for a certain subject (as set up at Data) and I know this is obvious, but place lesson plans for each subject on each subject's designated s-sheet.
You need to understand how each of the columns are handled by both the lesson planners and by the lesson plan fetching systems. See V Planner V3, Lesson Plan Columns to Planners.If image above is not fully shown , click here to see full image
There is not much else to be said about the lesson plans. If you are new to making lesson plans and want to see how I did it, please visit the pages starting at: How to Plan Homeschool.
If you have lesson plans that you want to paste into the V Planner, then please read this page: XLS Tips - How to Copy and Paste
I'll sum up the pasting advice/warnings by repeating three points-
The V Planner is a spreadsheet file in xls and xlsx format. To use the file, you must have Microsoft Excel on your computer. The V Planner is available from YoungMinds web site. YoungMinds is online via a subscription and on Donna Young's Site-CD.