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Import Formulas from Excel 3 years 1 month ago #7152

  • ArowanA
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Hi,

I'm very new using your software so sorry if this is a silly question, but currently I have Excel spreadsheets set up to automatically calculate average marks, etc. I've tried to import my sheets directly in to Grade and the fields show up with an '!' i guess this is because the fields contain formulas. I can get round this by saving my document as a CSV file and importing it that way.. but is there anyway for me to be able to import my formulas form Excel to my Grade book without manually needing to create them again?

If not, if I create a new gradebook and create the formulas can I use that as a template for other classes?

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Import Formulas from Excel 3 years 1 month ago #7153

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I'm afraid not ArowanA. Our formulas are different than those of Excel you can only import the text/values in cells
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