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BSA Leader Square Knots Guide
keep track of attendance at various Scouting events.
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NOTE! More specific information on using and customizing the spreadsheet
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DISCLAIMER & SUPPORT
Frank Steele of Troop 615, Coastal District, Bay Area Council of League City, TX was the creator of the CubTrax series of spreadsheets. Updates and support are the responsibility of Chris Oradat of Pack 363, Roadrunner District, Longhorn Council of Bedford, TX. 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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