Weight Loss Tracker


How to create a weight loss tracker in Microsoft Excel

Conditional Formatting

Conditional formatting is a great visual tool to help you achieve your weight loss goals. The video for the Excel tracker explains how to add formulae to convert kilos to lbs and then to show a weight loss of gain, colouring the result red for gain and green for loss.

Covert Kilos to Pounds

The formula to convert Kilos to pounds is shown below:

The convertion rate is one kilo = 2.20462 pounds

Password Protection

In the video example all the areas where people can type are coloured blue. The rest of the sheet is locked with a password.

Weight Loss example

Resources

Excel courses are at https://www.itseasy.co.uk/courses/excel-training/

Excel for New Managers can be found here. This book covers all the levels of Excel from beginners to advanced.

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