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Entering and maintaining your flashcard text in a spreadsheet is probably the easiest solution:

A basic flashcard list is shown in the yellow section below, which contains the text to show on side 1 and side 2 of your flashca This yellow section is what you would copy/paste into the Upload page of the website. Side 1 book shirt speak libro camisa hablar Side 2

The remaining tabs show more examples of creating flashcards in a spreadsheet.

de 1 and side 2 of your flashcards.

Flashcard text can have up to 5 columns of data. You can enter line-feeds in a cell to create new lines in your flashcar

This shows the basic layout of the text upload format. All columns are optional except the first one. In the 3rd line (row 15), I show an example here of using a new-line in a single card side. On the PC, use alt-enter in Excel to create a new line in a cell. On a Mac, use command+option+enter in Excel, or if you're using Open Office type command+enter. This text can be copy/pasted into the website. (Don't copy the header.)

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If your text is long, you'll want to turn on "Wrap text" so that the text stays within a single cell. To turn on "wrap text" for a column: right-click on a column header, choose "Format Cells", go to "Alignment" tab, and check If you use alt-enter to create new lines in a cell, you will see quotes added to your text when pasting into my website. This is no You can actually use a 6th column to upload statistical data, which you may have from a previous export.

create new lines in your flashcards:

Open Office type command+enter.

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s", go to "Alignment" tab, and check "Wrap text".) n pasting into my website. This is normal. evious export.

Copy/pasting text from Google Docs with line-feeds in them will not work as intended, but there is a solution:

If you use Google Docs, you can copy/paste your text into the flashcard website IF you don't use line-feeds within a cell. If you DO use line-feeds, you'll need to convert these line-feeds to either a "|" (pipe) or "<br>" before uploading. (Otherwise, the The example below shows how you can use a formula to change the line-feeds to a | so that the copy/paste will work. (Notice c

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line-feeds within a cell. ore uploading. (Otherwise, the new lines will be treated as a new card.) copy/paste will work. (Notice cell C14.)

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Including pictures and sounds involve:

1) Add special tags to your text which tells Flashcards Deluxe that a picture/sound file is used on a card 2) After uploading your flashcard text, you'll upload the picture/sound files you've defined so the program can put them all toge Side 1 <pic orange.jpg> Apple <pic apple.jpg> Hello <snd hello.mp3> Orange Apple Hola Side 2

This will show a pictures on side 1 and This example will show both text and a This example will include a sound on s

Once you've created your flashcard text:

1) Copy/paste the cells (the yellow cells above in this example) into the "Flashcard Text" box in the Upload page. 2) Enter a "deck code" then click "Upload" 3) To go the "Upload Pictures" page (link in top right). You should see the list of pictures and sounds you need to upload. Upl 4) Download your deck from within the app using your deck code.

ogram can put them all together.

how a pictures on side 1 and some text on side 2. Note that the tag starts with "<pic ". mple will show both text and a picture on side 1, with text on side2 mple will include a sound on side 1. The format is just like for pictures, but use "snd" instead of "pic"

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nds you need to upload. Upload them one at a time, or zip them up and upload a zip file.

Using formulas in Excel may help speed up creating and maintaining your flashcards if you use pictures, sounds or ot

Including pictures and sounds, and applying a custom color requires special tags in your text. The sample below shows how you might set up your spreadsheet to help make creating your card text easier, by creating the ta (Maintain this section) Side 1 Text car Side 1 Picture car.jpg Side 1 Text Color

(or more complicated) book shirt book.jpg shirt.jpg #FF0000 green

The text color #FF0000 is special HTML coding for red. You can read more about color names and codes in the following webs http://www.utexas.edu/learn/html/colors.html#colornames

d maintaining your flashcards if you use pictures, sounds or other formatting tags:

requires special tags in your text. dsheet to help make creating your card text easier, by creating the tags in a formula (column E). (Use this section when copy/pasting to website) Side 1 Upload car<pic car.jpg>

<color #FF0000>book</color><pic book.jpg> <color green>shirt</color><pic shirt.jpg>

u can read more about color names and codes in the following website: html#colornames