food and exercise entrys

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rebeccacvip

Joined: Jan 12
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Posted: 09 Jan 2013, 19:53
Is there a way that I can copy food and exercise from one day to another and just make needed changes since my habits are pretty regular? Thanks
protractorbo...

Joined: Sep 10
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Posted: 09 Jan 2013, 19:54
You can set excercise defaults through enter exercise tab and select "select defaults" from the window on the right under your daily exercise totals.
I like to use the "copy all yesterdays lunch" or "recently eaten" when adding food.
ktexp2

Joined: Mar 11
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Posted: 09 Jan 2013, 19:55
Yes, in the side bar, you can set up exercise defaults. Each day can be unique.
Each day you have to go into the exercise diary though and select one of the radio buttons, otherwise it won't show up in your daily calendar.



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