Cheatsheet software included

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How do you create a cheatsheet?

  1. Double click “cheat.exe”.
  2. Type your business name and click Next.
  3. Type your niche, for example “Carrot Cultivation on Greenland” (a topic that has always held my interest).
  4. Click “Create Cheatsheet”.
  5. Follow Debbie Miller’s easy formatting guide to make your cheatsheet look awesome.
  6. Add content to the cheatsheet according to what you’ve learned already or to the ideas Debbie gives you.

With Debbie’s guide “Cheat Sheet Mastery” you’ll get both over-the-shoulder videos, a PDF with all the steps, AND


the awesome software (for Windows, but who’s still using a Mac? Now I’ll get hate mails 😉 ) that makes it a snap to create cheatsheets.

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2 thoughts on “Cheatsheet software included”

  1. Hi Britt,

    Forgot to ask. Does this work with Open Office or Libre Office. bot these open soft wares closely mimic Word. I have both of them, but alas I don’t have Word any longer.



    1. I don’t know. Debbie shows how to do it with Word, and I haven’t used Open Office for years, so I don’t remember which features it has. I’m sorry.

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