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XxDangerxX
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posted 08-26-2008 06:27 AM      Profile for XxDangerxX   Author's Homepage   Email XxDangerxX   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Hi all,

I was very impressed and inspired by Azure Heights Pokémon Laboratory, so, with the new programming skills that I've developed over the last year, in conjunction with my recently-increased knowledge of usage of Microsoft Excel formulas, I have developed this Portable Pokédex.

This will give you necessary basic information for your Red, Blue, and Yellow version Pokémon training.

HOW TO USE:

Type in the name or Pokédex ID of your Pokémon. The Pokédex will show you:

  • Pokémon name
  • Pokédex ID#
  • Growth Rate
  • Type 1 and Type 2 (if applicable)
  • How or when it evolves
  • All of it's naturally learned attacks, the levels they are learned, and their types.
Then type in a level that you desire for it to reach, and its current EXP. The Pokédex will show you:
  • The total required EXP for the desired level
  • The remaining necessary EXP the Pokémon needs to gain to reach the desired level.
There is also a user-friendly error message system in case of misspelled Pokémon names, or out-of-range Levels/Pokédex ID#s.
Please download and enjoy!

Please also feel free to leave your feedback :-)

http://www.box.net/shared/taatt379u9

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