Bible reading plans by pgs. sorts verse Biblically - 2.3

Shows how many pages (of your personal Bible Pg. #'s) to read per day to finish in a given time. Has Macros, BUT NOT NEED, just delete Macro buttons. Macros are safe, only in "sort" are they really needed. Tracks 5 (Letters, Gospels, Ps., Prov., & the rest of O. T.) different parts of reading, so one is not reading the same book for days. Or, will keep track of what chapters has been read. Also will sort saved Bible verses in a Biblical order, with your personal notes next to them. It also has a B-Day/Apt. reminder, which will appear on each sheet, the day before and then the day of the date, to remind you.

Release Details

Enter 7 different page #’s of your Bible, and it will track your reading. Each day a small part of Psalms is read, and every few days a chapter in Proverbs, while reading a part of Genesis – Malachi, finishing all 3 O. T. parts at the same time. When each of the 3 Old Testament parts are read daily, it allows one to finish all 3 at the same time! 

New Testament being read in 2 parts, part 1, Gospels & Acts, and part 2, Romans – Revelation. All 5 parts this spreadsheet will track!

For template buttons to work, (yet not needed, they only help, and sort verses) first set your LibreOffice calc “Macros Security” to medium, for macro buttons to work, to sort or help. In LibreOffice pull downs, select, Tools/Options/Security/Macro Security/Medium. Rename and save this template! If you just want to see the formulas and macros, no password needed to unlock, . Enjoy

License(s)

AL-v2 (Apache License Version 2.0),

Compatibility

LibreOffice 6.1, LibreOffice 6.0, LibreOffice 5.4, LibreOffice 5.2, LibreOffice 5.3, LibreOffice 5.1,

Changelog

Made simpler. Offered without needing to enabling Macros!

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