Being the academic that I am, the first thing I did was look at the pictures. There are a lot of interesting PECs I haven't seen before. There were even some regarding prayer, death, separation, dating, and other real life topics that I don't often see communicated in PECs. The PECs alone are worth the download.
It took me a second to understand how to move the pictures to the new sheet I was trying to create... until I realized *facepalm* that it was click and drag.
I like the option to change PECs order, size, titles, to add indicators for good actions and wrong actions, and the extra awesome capability to use photos from my computer as PECs.
Make sure you are downloading the latest version or you'll end up updating it right after you download it. Thanks PECSFORALL!!
On a side note, as anyone whose been around a bit knows I've gone back to school, which is why I'm not updating the blog frequently. If you have anything you want to submit, I'll put it up. Feel free to let me know when you've made some cool printable. I love to share creations -- I just don't have the time to research printables myself. On the plus side I made the Dean's list the last two semesters, so I can prove I'm not just slacking off.