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Excel as flashcard software

Posted on 2013-01-23
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We all have used flash cards except these days
if you print them out you loose them and people want to give you crap about
killing trees.

I would like to somehow use excel to show the question, show the answer.  

mixing them up would be cool too

any ideals

I have a locked down station and it does have ...... office

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Ken Butters earned 500 total points
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Using Excel... I would use a Userform.

Have the user select what type of flashcards they want to practice... Addition, Subtraction ... etc...

then have a label defined to hold the first addend or multiplicand... or whatever... and a text box where the user can type the answer.

Then hit a button <Check Answer> to verify the results....   another button for Next Problem... and 1 more button to Exit.

The following example should get you started...

It will generate a random series of addition problems and check your answers.
flashcard.xlsm
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Thanks !!
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