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What are the import options in Fitnessgram 6.0.3?


Fitnessgram 6.0 Format Use this option when importing from information exported using the Default Fitnessgram 6.0 Export format. Information will be transferred using the General Rules for Importing.

  1. Click on File in the menu bar, and then select Import.
  2. Click on the circle next to the Fitnessgram 6.0 Default Import.
  3. Click the Browse button to choose the file you want to import.
  4. Indicate whether you want to put the students in the Unassigned group by clicking the toggle box. You must click this box unless you are importing current teacher and class information.
  5. Click the Import button to begin the import.
  6. A window will appear reporting import results. Click OK to close.

Fitnessgram 5.0 Import This selection is to be used only if importing information from the previous version of Fitnessgram (5.x). Information will be transferred using the General Rules for Importing. You will need to export the information from the old software using instructions supplied with that software.

  1. Click on the circle next to the Fitnessgram 5.0 Import.
  2. Click the Browse button to choose the file you want to import. If the file exported from Fitnessgram 5.0 is named Grade5, then you will need to browse in the FTG50 (Windows) or Fitnessgram (Macintosh) directory for a file named Grade5.std.
  3. Indicate whether you want to put the students in the Unassigned group by clicking the toggle box. You must click this box unless you are importing current teacher and class information.
  4. Click the Import button to begin the import.
  5. When the process is complete, click OK to close the window.
  6. Click on the circle next to the Fitnessgram 5.0 Import.
  7. Click the Browse button to choose the file you want to import. If the file exported from Fitnessgram 5.0 is named Grade5, and then you will need to browse in the FTG50 (Windows) or Fitnessgram (Macintosh) directory for a file named Grade5.std.
  8. Indicate whether you want to put the students in the Unassigned group by clicking the toggle box. You must click this box unless you are importing current teacher and class information.
  9. Click the Import button to begin the import.
  10. When the process is complete, click OK to close the window.

Custom Import Use this selection to import information from other sources. Information will be transferred using the General Rules for Importing. You can use this option if your data are in a comma-delimited or tab-delimited format. If you would like to see a graphical representation of this process, click here.

  1. Click on the File item from the menu bar, and then select Import.
  2. Click on the circle next to the Custom Import.
  3. Click the Browse button to choose the file you want to import.
  4. Indicate whether you want to put the students in the Unassigned group by clicking the toggle box. You must click this box unless you are importing current teacher and class information.
  5. Click the Import button.
  6. Specify the order of the variables in the source file. This means that if the student’s first name is the first field in your source file, you must select first name to be the first field you import and so on for the remaining fields.
  7. Select the variable name and then click the right arrow.
  8. Specify the format for any date variables.
  9. Click the Import button.
  10. When the process is complete, click OK to close the window.

American Fitness Alliance Format If you are currently using another software program that is available from American Fitness Alliance (such as Fitness Challenge or FitSmart), you can import demographic information such as name, birthdate, grade, and gender into Fitnessgram. Information will be transferred using the General Rules for Importing.

  1. Export the information from the other software.
  2. Click on the File item from the menu bar, and then select Import.
  3. Click on the circle next to the American Fitness Alliance Import.
  4. Click the Browse button to choose the file you want to import.
  5. Click the Import button.
  6. When the process is complete, click OK to close the window.




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