Eight names can be entered in the top row and these will be copied onto the faces of the buttons on start. After the start button is pressed, on each lap, click the button for that event to record the elapsed time. As the leading column is populated, rows and grid are added. The elapsed time displays tenths of a second but the accuracy is to one hundredth of a second.
At any time you have two similar workbooks open and you need to find the differences between them, simply open this spreadsheet and press the button. It will start by listing all open workbooks (including itself) and all sheets within each workbook. Delete all Workbook names and sheet names except for the two you want to compare then press the Compare Button.
Use Windows Explorer to navigate to the top directory you want to examine. Click to the right of the address bar and copy the address and paste directly to cell A2 and a second corresponding location into cell C2. This might typically be used to compare a directory against its backup to find out what differences exist. When prepared, press the Run button.
Use Windows Explorer to navigate to the top directory you want to examine. Click to the right of the address bar and copy the address and paste directly to cell A2 and then press the Run button. All files and directories below this starting point will be listed along with a visual bar graph of the size of each. Note that Files are shown in green bars and directories are shown in red.
Similar to Directory Listing but this spreadsheet only finds mp3 audio files and lists them. Once listed, a further button opens each file and reads the internal data from the file including the simple TAG's along with the bitrate and some other technical information.
Music Update and Select
Based on the Directory Listing spreadsheet, this file also only lists mp3 files and their directory structure (usually Artists and Albums) but does not open or read the internal file data.