My Microsoft Office Files

I think I lost some people in my move to WordPress.  So I thought I would link to all 5 of the Microsoft Office files I am sharing for free.  With WordPress all of these files can be downloaded directly from me except for Caseload Data Tools because it has macros.  Even if my blog gets shutdown, my files will always be saved on ge.tt at http://ge.tt/9pvrztX?c.  I know that many schools block access to blogs, but you should be able to download them from ge.tt anywhere.

If anyone would like me to share these files in Google Drive, comment on this post with your email address. I approve all of my comments before they become public.  If you give me your email address, I will add it to my share list on Google Drive and then delete the comment.

Click on the file picture to download it and the file name to go to the post with more information.

Evaluation Performance Graph

Click here to download my evaluation performance graph (dxgraph)

Highlighted Evaluation Performance Graph

Click here to download my Highlighted Evaluation Performance Graph

Caseload Data Tools (with macros): find and download CaseloadDataTools.xlsm from ge.tt when you click the picture

Click here to download Caseload Data Tools from ge.tt

Excel Student Data Sheet

Click here to download my Excel student data sheet

Word Student Data Sheet

Click here to download my Word Student Data Sheet

In addition I have created a list of Android apps in the Amazon Appstore in Excel

Check back here in April to get a free flashcard Excel file.

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7 thoughts on “My Microsoft Office Files

  1. These are awesome documents, but the age calculation function on the highlighted evaluation performance doesn’t appear to calculate. Instead a date appears. When I try to clear it and type the correct age, that does not work either.

    • Thanks for letting me know about this problem. The age calculation is still working on my computers, so I am not sure why this is happening. Are you using the most updated version (from this wordpress blog not the blogspot)? I may have fixed this already. What version of Excel are you using? Looking at the file again, I noticed that highlighted portion wasn’t easily accessible and I just fixed it. Let me know if this fixes the problem.

      • Yup! It works now! Awesome documents, I must say again! I’ve been sharing this site with as many people that will listen.

      • Glad it’s working better. Thanks for sharing! I am fixing a few minor formatting issues (e.g., cells that are in bold and shouldn’t be) in a new version tomorrow.

  2. Is there a way for you to share your “caseload data tools” file? I would love to see what you are using to collect data. I think these charts are great (the version that I downloaded calculated the age, by the way.) Thanks!

    • Sorry for the delayed response. I have been busy job hunting. I am glad it is working for you now. I saw some of the cells have formatting still from my use (e.g., bold) and will fix it with an update tomorrow. If you haven’t seen my initial post on my Caseload Data Tools check it out here https://rwslp.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/caseload-data-tools-an-excel-file-with-macros/
      I am planning on making a Youtube video about it this summer. I realize that this file may be harder for people to use because there is a lot more to it. I would love feedback about problem areas for the video.

  3. Pingback: Little improvements in My Evaluation Performance Graph (DxGraph) files and Caseload Data Tools | Speech Therapists Don't Get Apples!

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