Menstrual Cycle Calendar and Period Tracker

Menstrual Cycle Calendar and Period Tracker

You can make a list of the first day of each of your periods and how long they last.

Our free Menstrual Cycle Calendar and Period Tracker can help you anticipate when your next period will start

Then a one-year calendar will highlight the days when you’ve been on your period

so you can see trends in your menstrual cycle.

The tracker will calculate the average number of days between cycles, as well as how long they typically last.

As you start to see patterns in your cycles, you can record when you think your future periods will start,

and the calendar will shade those dates as well (in a different color).

When your period does start, just update your prediction to match the real date.

Month-to-month variation may prevent you from predicting the exact date your periods will start.

Even so, tracking your cycles will help you guess the approximate date, and you will be less likely to be taken by surprise.

The menstrual cycle calendar is very straightforward. You only need to input three things:

1) the year you want the calendar to show,

2) the start date of each menstrual cycle and

3) the number of days each period lasts.

Note: If you would rather track your periods by hand, you can just print out the period tracker without any start dates. Then you can just color in the days you are on your period.

After doing that, you can return to the spreadsheet and enter in the dates and durations to calculate your average cycle.

Predicting future periods:

When you know your average menstrual cycle length, you can use this template to create a calendar to show future predictions. In the table to the right of the calendar (cell Y17), enter the start date of your latest period.

Then, to fill in the rest of the dates, in cell Y18 enter the formula =Y17+30 but replace 30 with your average cycle length (in days), and copy Y18 down to Y29

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Common spreadsheets uses

Among many common spreadsheets use, the most common uses of a spreadsheet can be to create budgets, make graphs and charts, and sorting and sorting big amounts of data.

on a business level, spreadsheets are used to forecast future performances, complete basic payroll, calculate taxes, calculate revenues, project management, inventory templates, invoice, and receipts among many other uses.

The list of applications to a spreadsheet is enormous, but here is a shortlist of uses :

  • Modelling and Planning
  • Business accounts and budgeting
  • household finance planning
  • invoices
  • attendance lists
  • wages
  • simulations-predictions
  • calculations, from basic to complex
  • break even analysis
  • statistical analysis
  • graph creation
  • data collections
  • loan calculators
  • to do lists
  • pro-cons list
  • financial calculators
  • calendars
  • blood sugar log sheets

and many more uses, one of the best places online to find everything excel related is

Advantages of spreadsheets

spreadsheets are better than manual calculations because they are faster, they can give you charts for easily understand the data visually

spreadsheets can help you calculate very complex formulas, and will allow an unlimited amount of data to be entered and measured

more advantages are :

  • calculations are correct ( if you input the formula and variables correctly!)
  • calculations are completed automatically ( with the push of a button)
  • information is organized and quickly can be modified
  • information can be sorted and filtered to show you just what you need
  • reports are made with charts and graphics along the data if you need some graphics

How to Calculate BMI – The BMI Formula

BMI : Body Mass Index

Body Mass Index is defined as your weight divided by the square of your height, using the metric units kg/m^2.

The BMI formula does not apply to children (see the references below). You can calculate BMI using one of these BMI formulas:

  • Metric Units: BMI = Weight[kg] / ( Height[m] x Height[m] )
  • English Units: BMI = 703 x Weight[lb] / ( Height[in] x Height[in] )

BMI Chart and Calculator

download the BMI calculator HERE

This spreadsheet for Excel contains a BMI calculator that uses both the CDC and the NHANES II definitions for BMI. The chart shows your BMI on the spectrum based on the chosen formula and gender. This spreadsheet also contains a worksheet used to create the BMI charts listed above (using quite a few special tricks that may delight the Excel enthusiast).

Technically, both the CDC and NHANES II definitions use the same BMI formula. It’s only the range of values for each category that is different.

There are other formulas besides the BMI that are used for determining ideal weight. Our Ideal Weight Chart includes some additional formulas, but keep in mind that “ideal” weight can be highly subjective, and formulas are usually just approximations.

Also, check out our Weight Loss Charts.

Download the BMI Charts in PDF format.

How to Reference Our BMI Chart

You may include the GIF image of our Body Mass Index Chart on your website or blog, but you must reference this page by including a hyperlink and citation in the image caption like the following:

– BMI Chart created by Used with permission.

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Calendarios para imprimir

La Plantilla Calendario en esta página es una de las más útiles herramientas de calendario gratis para crear calendarios para imprimir.

Se basa en la Vertex42™ Calendar Template, uno de los calendarios más populares.

Esta nueva versión se puede utilizar para crear un calendario del año 2021 o un calendario para cualquier año en el futuro.

También puede ser utilizado para crear un calendario escolar. Espero le sea útil.

Para Usar Nuestra Plantilla Calendario Gratis

1. En la hoja de cálculo del Calendario, escriba el año y el mes de comenzar. Para un calendario escolar puede escribir 2016 para el año y 8 para el mes de comenzar para crear una calendario escolar de 2016-2017.

2. Escriba un título para el calendario en la celda Y4 de la hoja de cálculo del Calendario. Esto actualizará el título en todos los demás calendarios mensuales.

3. Cuando haya escogido el mes de comenzar, cambie el nombre de las hojas de calendario mensual. “enero”, “febrero” …

Google Spreadsheet Timeline Chart

Timeline Template

The chart features in Google Sheets are finally developed enough that you can make a decent horizontal or vertical timeline using a scatter plot and data labels.

You can download the template below, or follow the basic steps provided on this page to get started on your own timeline from scratch.

I don’t explain all of the little details, but there are few key steps to follow if you want to try making a timeline from scratch.

You can learn the rest from experimenting.

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google spreadsheet pivot chart

Pivot Tables what are they?

A Pivot Table is one of the most powerful and useful tools available for quickly summarizing data in a spreadsheet. The Pivot Table feature was introduced in Excel 5 back in 1994 and has seen dramatic improvements in function and ease-of-use since then, naturally its available on google spreadsheets as well.

Pivot Tables are both fast and flexible. With pivot tables, you can easily filter, sort, and summarize your data and turn thousands of rows of data into actionable insights.

To find a complete tutorial please click here and learn more

Pivot tables are incredibly powerful and useful tools. Make sure to add them to your toolbox.

Naturally there are hundreds of different spreadsheet categories that you can find in

you are going to be amazed of the number of spreadsheets they have, i am sure you will find what you need, and even find things you didn’t know that could be done with a spreadsheet, so go there and enjoy

A simple annual leave spreadsheet

A simple annual leave spreadsheet is a great tool you can use to track and manage different data sets regarding your staff.

The uses of a simple yearly leave spreadsheet are as follows:

  • Help to track holidays and vacations
  • Help in issuing planned leaves for the members
  • Support in maintaining transparent workflows among the staff by planning the leaves throughout the year.
  • The template can also be used to create a leave schedule or shift schedule.

You can use the leave tracker following the steps below:

  1. Edit the labels and year in your ToDate worksheet
  2. Enter the names of the employees in the ToDate worksheet
  3. Save the template backup
  4. Record the leave on the monthly worksheets.

A simple worksheet will help track different leave codes among the staff, including sick leaves, vacation leaves, paternity/maternity leaves, leave in lieu overtimes, casual leave tracking, and half-day leaves. These sets of information are crucial in planning the workforce for the coming year.

Besides, you can obtain information on the yearly or monthly total of the different leave types that could assist with leave management and project planning.

What is a Kanban board template?

What is a kanban board?

A kanban board is a digital or a physical project management tool that helps visualize work,

maximize efficiency and limit the work that is being executed.

For example, you can use a kanban in a spreadsheet to better understand your processes and get a picture of the entire workload.

How to use a kanban board

When using the kanban board, you should start by building a simple structure and enhance the board gradually to transform it into a new workflow management system. The main components of a kanban board are as follows:

  • Work-in-progress limits
  • The kanban columns
  • The kanban swimlanes
  • The kanban cards

What data can you tract with a kanban board?

You can use the Kanban board to track the following sets of data:

  • Get a perfect visual of the existing and the potential problems in your processes.
  • Tracking the focus and limiting the work-in-progress
  • Identify the work blockers
  • Identify the areas that lead to time wastage in your processes.
  • Collect workflow metrics for improvement.

How to count words on excel

How to count words on excel

Excel or OpenOffice Calc Formula to Count Characters in a Cell

One of the fundamental differences between Microsoft Excel and the OpenOffice Calc application is in the use of macros and formulas.

While Calc is a long way from achieving compatibility in the use of the VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) language for macros,

many problems can be solved by using formulas.

However, while it is impossible to create complex formulas, involving function calls, which will work in either application without modification,

the two are close enough to make porting formulas between platforms possible.

One such example is a formula for counting the number of words in a cell.

It might seem a simple enough proposition: after all, all that is required is to count the number of spaces.

The usual approach taken by many programmers is to try and create some kind of CountCharacters macro function

to count the number of occurrences of a given character in the supplied text.

While this will work,

it is not easily portable between Calc and Excel, and there is a simpler,

formula-based approach that is much easier to port.

Formula to Count Words in a Cell for Excel or Calc

With a few minor changes, the following will work equally well in either Excel or Calc spreadsheets.

=IF(LEN(TRIM(A1))=0;0;LEN(TRIM(A1))-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1;” “;””))+1)

The key to understanding this formula is to take it apart, function by function.

The If Statement

Unlike traditional If statements, the If statement in both Excel and Calc is designed to evaluate a condition,

and then return a value based on the veracity of that condition.

In the case in hand, this means that the If statement is being used to evaluate the contents of the cell in question (in this case A1).

If A1 is empty, based on a calculation of its length, zero is returned. Otherwise, the next statement is evaluated.

The Substitute and Trim Functions

At the inside of this statement is the Substitute function, which replaces characters of a given character (” ” in this case) with another (“”, the empty string in this case).

All that the statement does is remove the space characters to render the contents of the cell, minus the spaces.

The Trim function is used to remove extraneous space characters either at the start or end of a string.

Of course, there is no need to Trim the string that is fed to the Substitute function,

which will remove the spaces anyway, but it is necessary to Trim all the others, to avoid errors in calculation.

The Len Function

The final part of the formula is to calculate the difference between the two strings

– the raw cell value without leading/trailing spaces, and the Substituted string with no spaces at all

– to yield the number of separate spaces.

This value is equal to the number of words: except that it is necessary to increase it by one to get the right number of words.

Differences Between Excel Formula and Calc Formula

The main noticeable difference is that Calc requires that parameters in calls to functions are separated by semi-colons (‘;’). In Excel, the parameters must be separated by commas (‘,’). Aside from this, the formula ought to work with very little adjustment.

The main point to take away from the discussion of the formula itself is that it approaches the problem from a slightly different angle

– taking care of the zero-length problem, stripping extraneous spaces,

then performing the substitution and length difference.

This is different from the traditional approach of trying to create a macro to solve the problem.

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Attendance Tracker Excel

Attendance Tracker Excel

If you need to keep an attendance record for your meetings, club, classes, or any other social gathering.

This free attendance record template is very easy to use. Create a separate record for each class by making a copy of the worksheet. Enter the names of the students or participants then print a copy to put in your attendance notebook.

Attendance Record Template

you can go to webpage and you can download hundreds of different spreadsheet templates

and yes they are available for windows, ios, and even google format

An attendance tracker will monitor both attendance and time-off days.

It can provide information about attendance, leaves, and absences.

This tracker can provide data on different queries. These include an employee’s attendance record, accumulated leaves, absences, tardiness, and more

Naturally, also many schools and businesses track attendance using spreadsheets.

Spreadsheets can be used to print blank attendance forms, then you complete them by hand, or you can use your computer or mobile device to edit them.

The attendance record templates are for classroom attendance, but you can be adapt for other attendance tracking purposes by changing some of the labels

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