Sunday, July 04, 2010


I modified my Excel Slope Quiz program. Now there are extra buttons, so the students can try any number of extra random problems to test their skills. I'm pretty sure it's bug free. And Again, if you want to try it, you have to "enable macros" when you open the Excel file. Thanks Mrs. H for the idea.


  1. Hello. I am taking a class through my district to introduce new ways of utilizing technology and I ran across your blog. I am really interested in the use of excel to make the quizzes. I think that would be a great way to use technology in my class.
    Unfortunately, when I tried to use yours and clicked on the continue button or the several similar question button, I got an error. Not sure what the problem is but I really do like the idea.

  2. Hi Kathleen,

    Hmmmm, I made this on Microsoft Excel 2003. Do you have a more recent version? I'm wondering if that's the problem. Also, did you "enable the macros" right when you opened the program?

    Thanks for your feedback. If you can track down your version of Excel, then maybe I can see if there are different programming options I have to use (since our school has a more recent version).

    Also, if you're interested in learning to program the Excel VBA codes, it wasn't too difficult with the help of the "For Dummies" book.

    Ms. Cookie

  3. Anonymous1:29 PM

    Does this work?

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