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.
In V Planner V3 a few changes were made to the Subject Sheets (s-sheets) but not much is changed in how the s-sheets are used.
There are a few cosmetic changes and the three most important are-
Usage changes -
Miscellaneous notable changes
Next I will break the Subject Sheet into three sections and briefly talk about each section and add relevant links to help files and images.
The left side of the of S-Sheets contain planners links, term numbers, and the lesson plan fetching system columns - Date System columns in yellow, and the Number System in blue. Divided S-Sheets will have additional information, as needed, in this area in rows 1 and 2.
The middle of the S-Sheets holds the following
The right side of S-Sheets is where score values are managed. In this area you will find-
How to use the first three items in the list are unchanged in V3.
Details about the term grade calculators and how to use them can be read at Term Grade Calculators
This area that starts at cell N77 is new in V Planner V3 and it is included in the High School V Planner. This area is primarily for semester grades that count against the semester average. Additionally, a year-end final exam score may be entered and weighted against the entire class grade average. This area is optional to use, but it is here if you need it.
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.