Kana/kanji writing practice book recommendation please?

i have a different excel-based solution (btw, did you know from somewhere that i’m a massive excel nerd or was that @-mention just coincidence? :smile: )

  • A1 = with IME written letter; in this case the font is the infamous “armed banana”
    (use this script as a resources)

  • A3:D14 are just =$A$1 with a grey font color. makes producing sheets for different kana or kanji real easy. you could use different fonts per row or column.

  • the dottes lines ----- are inserted shapes. in the picture i made them go over multiple rows / columns but it’s actually easier to fit them to just one cell and copy that one. that way the lines get stretched when you change width and height of the cell. like so:
    image image

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