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BSA Leader Square Knots Guide


         
 
2001
 
   

Covers the Tiger Totem, the Tiger Badge, Bobcat, and Tiger Electives.
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.

TigerTrax v1.16
(Updated 04-01-2009)

by Frank Steele

 
         
 
2003

 
   

Covers Bobcat, The Wolf Badge, and Arrow Points.
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.

WolfTrax v1.18
(Updated 04-01-2009)

by Frank Steele

 
       
 


2003

    Covers Bobcat, The Bear Badge, and Arrow Points.
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.


BearTrax v1.19
(Updated 04-01-2009)

by Frank Steele

       
 

2003
    Covers The Webelos Badge, Arrow of Light, All Webelos Activity Pins, and Bobcat.
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.

WebelosTrax v1.22
(Updated 04-01-2009)

by Frank Steele
       
 
    Covers the National awards and patches, including: BSA Family, Conservation Good Turn, Crime Prevention, Donor Awareness, Emergency Prepardness, Historic Trails, International Activity, Internet Scout, Interpreter's Stripe, Leave No Trace, Outdoor Activites, Physical Fitness, Recruiter Stripe, Religious Emblems, Summertime Activites, US Heritage, and World Conservation, plus room for you to add up to 4 of your own regional awards.

CubPatchesTrax v1.5 - Microsoft Excel version
(Updated 11-06-2008)

CubPatchesTrax v1.4 - OpenOffice Calc version
(Updated 07-01-2008)


by Frank Steele
       
 
2002
   

Covers all Academic & Sports Beltloops & Pins
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.

BeltLoop&PinTrax v1.9
(Updated 04-01-2009)

by Frank Steele

       
 
    This spreadsheet is intended to be your permenant record summary sheet for keeping Track of Den Records over the years. At the end of their Cub Scout careers, trying to remembering who earned the World Conservation Award as a Bear and who didn't, as well as exactly how many silver arrow points each kid in your den earned as a Wolf becomes very important when it is time to create their Career Arrows. This is the sheet you keep and update as the years go by.
Note
: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.


RecordTrax v1.6
(Updated 04-17-2009)

by Frank Steele

       
 
   

Helps keep track of attendance at various Scouting events.
Note: this new version work with both Excel AND OpenOffice Calc.


Cub Scout leaders need to keep track of attendance at Summertime Activities, and District Events. They may also want to keep track of who attended Raingutter Regattas, and Pinewood Derbies, etc.

EventTrax v1.2
(Updated 04-02-2009)

by Frank Steele

       
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 

ZIP decompression tool. These spreadsheets are ZIP COMPRESSED to facilitate quicker downloads. After downloading, the resultant file needs to be de-compressed on your workstation. If you do not have a Zip decompression tool available, click here to download WinZip.

Excel spreadsheets: The spreadsheets have been tested on both Macintosh (OS 7.5 and later) and on Windows 95/98/2000, XP, and Vista machines. They have been tested with versions of Excel from 5.0 and later.  They have also been tested with OpenOffice Calc versions 2.0 and later. Please note that these spreadsheets are NOT compatible with Microsoft Works.

If you do not have access to Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice contains a spreadsheet program called Calc that will work with the OpenOffice version of the software. The entire OpenOffice suite is a free download from Sun Microsystems on the Internet. This suite contains not only Calc, but also a word processor, a database, and a graphical presentation program. Click to download either the Windows version and the Mac version. Note: the Mac version of OpenOffice will only run on OS X.

PLEASE NOTE! More specific information on using and customizing the spreadsheet is contained in the spreadsheet's Instructions worksheet. Please read this page before you begin using the spreadsheets!

 

DISCLAIMER & SUPPORT

 

Frank Steele of Troop 615, Coastal District, Bay Area Council of League City, TX is solely responsible for the CubTrax series spreadsheets and their support. The BSA does not endorse, support, or in any way acknowledge them.

If you need help, please don't hesitate to e-mail me, but before you do, please be sure that you have first read the Instructions page within the spreadsheet and then checked the Troubleshooting & FAQ page on this website thoroughly. I have found that almost all problems can be solved by simply reading these two documents. To be honest, I get very frustrated with users that take up my time sending me e-mails asking me for help in doing things that I've already covered on the Instructions page, or on the Troubleshooting & FAQ page (or both).

If, however, you want to simply drop me a note of 'thanks,' I'm always open to that (smile).

Also, feel free to drop me an e-mail with any suggestions that you'd like to see in upcoming revisions. I promise, I will consider what you write. Many of the features you now find in these spreadsheets are a direct result of previous users sending me suggestions. However, please don't get offended if I don't use your suggestion.
 

 

 

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