I saw a post about this some time ago, but could not find it using the search tool. I need this info quick as things are piling up. We have Power School Grade Book now and I wonder if someone could tell me how to do some things. I think there must be some setting in preferences. 1) How do I make the computer accept the same name for a quiz assignment and a daily work assignment? For example, after they turn in hw showing practice on an assignment named "Mean, Median, Mode, Range" I wish to quiz the students and use the same name "Mean, Median, Mode, Range" in the quiz category. I am not even able to delete or add an extra space or it will say that name is already used. 2) How do you stop it from changing the last grade entered. For example if I mistakenly hit a number key after entering the last grade, it will change the grade to the number key I hit. 3) How do you enter a new assignment whithout having to leave the grading window. I know I used to be albe to do this at another school where we had P/S, but so far I can not at this school. I wonder if I have to get the computer administrator to make preference changes. 4) How do you change the height of the attendance and grade book rows to match my excel rows. I can match the excel rows and line up so as to make easy entries from excel to P/S, but I can't fit the attendance in one window. So the way it is now, I have to line up with excel, copy attendance (and we have a lot of absences everyday), then scroll down the P/S, then scroll down the Excel, then line up again. It is really inefficient. 5) How do you widen the names column in gradebook mode without widening the grades column. We often get a lot of class switching and withdrawals so it is important to continually keep track of who is new and withdrawn and using Excel helps as I just line up side-by-side. 6) Is there a way to set preferences so students are numbered, like 1, 2, 3, etc. up to 33? I have been counting the students to make sure the total number of students marked present equals the actual number of students in the classroom. 7) I recall that I used to be able to put extra points in by just entering a number larger than the "total possible." For example I could enter 11 points instead of the ttl.possible of 10. I programmed Excel to calculate grades and got the same exact averages as Power School, so I know the method works. As another example, I could set the total possible at 0 and then enter extra credit points. Now, the program won't let me. I am afraid I would have to go to another window and put stuff out of sequence, enter date, name, and all again just for extra credit.