Points Madness Remixed

Matt Bush ’09, who is either the most selfless, altruistic human being on the face of this earth or just has more free time than I care to think about, has modified Rebecca Parad ’09‘s “How Many Points Do I Have Left” Excel spreadsheet that we posted about here. Now by changing one cell, you can adjust your starting points–Way useful for people who are on something other than the all-points plan, or who have bought a meal contract from the S&C, or whatever.

Download the customizable spreadsheet here. Thanks, Matt!

9 thoughts on “Points Madness Remixed

  1. Anonymous

    Hmm, the server seems to be lagging a bit. If you see the text “Enter Starting Points in cell D2”, then you have the older version, and you should modify cell D2 (the one below that text) to reflect your starting points, and all the rest will change.If you don’t see that text, than just modify the number of points you have on Sept. 2, the first day, and all the rest will change.–Matt

  2. Anonymous

    Hmm, the server seems to be lagging a bit. If you see the text “Enter Starting Points in cell D2”, then you have the older version, and you should modify cell D2 (the one below that text) to reflect your starting points, and all the rest will change.If you don’t see that text, than just modify the number of points you have on Sept. 2, the first day, and all the rest will change.–Matt

  3. Anonymous

    Hmm, the server seems to be lagging a bit. If you see the text “Enter Starting Points in cell D2”, then you have the older version, and you should modify cell D2 (the one below that text) to reflect your starting points, and all the rest will change.

    If you don’t see that text, than just modify the number of points you have on Sept. 2, the first day, and all the rest will change.

    –Matt

  4. Anonymous

    you were supposed to change the 1388 that was to the right of the whole column of points, but I’ve modified it so that’s no longer the case. It should be simpler now.All you do is change the first number, and it calculates the rest for you.–Matt

  5. Anonymous

    you were supposed to change the 1388 that was to the right of the whole column of points, but I’ve modified it so that’s no longer the case. It should be simpler now.All you do is change the first number, and it calculates the rest for you.–Matt

  6. Anonymous

    you were supposed to change the 1388 that was to the right of the whole column of points, but I’ve modified it so that’s no longer the case. It should be simpler now.

    All you do is change the first number, and it calculates the rest for you.

    –Matt

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