GW character sheet: feedback appreciated

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So here is my test sheet, made on Microsoft Excel.  There is a houseruled section on there, so don't worry about that.  I'm curious as to the layout and what you think of it.

Thanks for your feedback!
Oops, almost forgot to mention, it is intended to be cut off at the line across the bottom, to be sized as 8.5 x 8.5 inches. 
Post a blank one.  The best way to review a charactersheet is to spend a few minutes making a character on it.  When I finished downloading the file and opened it, I went from "Yay, new character sheet to try out!" to "Well this sucks, it's already filled out with some guy's character."
Oops, can do. 
Okay, I have posted the excel version of the sheet so you can enter in your own PC, and removed my houseruled section.
Awww, c'mon!  No feedback?  Love it?  Hate it?  Anyone?  Beuller?  Beuller?
Awww, c'mon!  No feedback?  Love it?  Hate it?  Anyone?  Beuller?  Beuller?


I couldn't down VIEW the blank sheet. (Said it was currupted....) So I looked at the filled out sheet. Looks pretty, but many space seem to small to write in thing. Especially Skill numbers. Also the Gear section, I'd be writting the name on two lines.

If you are just doing it for computer useage, the never mind. My players don't play with that level of tech. Innocent
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I kind of like it.  Its good for those that have sucky hand writting to just type the info in and print. Some basic automation would be cool. Just type in the stat and it generates the stat mod and such. easy enough to hand write things aswell when you dont have access to a computer at the time. Just print out some blanks and have at it. I agree with Starnd0 about some of the fields being to small form some of the more wordy powers but for most they are okay.