The Coach’s Office football playbook software lets you produce a playbook by using real book features: multiple pages and chapters; table of contents; full word processing capabilities, with tables, fonts, text colors; and page templates. You can also create and print quarterback wristbands, as well as print the book to PDF for electronic distribution.
- Plays automatically resize to fit boxes on page
- Full word processing: tables, built-in spell checker, colors, formatting
- Create and print wristbands
- Print to a PDF and distribute electronically, plus display on iPad
- With SlideShow (add-on), save pages and plays for Hudl
- Zoom for easy editing
- Use pre-defined page templates or customize them
Don’t print your quarterback wristbands from a spreadsheet program! Coach’s Office makes creating wristbands a snap. You’ve already saved play and formation names in the chalkboard list. Drop them into a wristband table.
Modify the wristband templates to fit your QB wristband window or create your own. (Wristband tutorial)
Word Processing, Tables, More
Table of Contents & Page Layout
The playbook has full word processing features – great for descriptions and instructions.
- Fonts, text alignment, numbered list or bulleted list, tabs
- Insert tables – define rows, columns, borders, background colors
- Copy and paste from other applications and paste into a “word” box
Easily add or remove chapters and pages.
My linemen are smarter
Coach’s Office has no equal. I was able to present the playbook, created in Coach’s Office, to my offensive line using the slideshow. I don’t even want to remember how I used to do things.
Page Templates: Predefined & Custom
Choose from predefined page layout templates for each page or create customized templates in the template builder. In the playbook, add a page, and choose a page layout from the templates. (Custom template tutorials)
You created your plays in the chalkboard and added them to the playbook. Don’t stop there – take them to the iPad! Simply “print” your pages to a PDF, copy the PDF file to Dropbox, and open them on your iPad. (Print to PDF)