Below is a direct link to the XLSM file which runs out of Excel. (A very interesting application of Excel!) McCain notes:I just uploaded a new version of my Latin Study Companion to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LearningLatin . This is a program that I desiged, and developed, to complement Wheelock's Latin textbook, but is also very useful outside of this particular textbook. This application is a very good study aid, for those interested in learning Latin.
This version of the Study Companion adds print functionality to the main forms, and "Chapter-by-Chapter" vocabulary study to complement the Wheelock textbook. This version also has the adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections that are studied in Wheelock's textbook.XLSM link: Latin Study Companion
The first time the application is opened, Excel will ask you to enable editing, and Macros must be enabled for this application to function. I have tested it pretty thoroughly on Excel 2010, but I am only one person. Please, drop me a line if you encounter any issues, or would like to see some functionality added to the application.
Thanks for sharing!