I was asked this question by e-mail today:
> my doctor would like to see a report: dates down left,
> second column: breakfast, third column: lunch and fourth column:
> dinner. Can this program print a report like this?
No, but you can still track this information, and it will be printed in the report (just not in columns).
You can track the meal information using the category system.
To do this, click on the “Study readings” task, and then click on the “Categories” tab. You should now be looking at the “Categories and the averages” list (which may be empty). Click on the “View common categories” link, and then click on the “Meals” link. Click “OK” to add the suggested categories.
From now on, whenever you enter a reading (ie when you click on the “Enter a reading…” task), at the bottom of the “Add Glucose Reading” dialog, you will see three check boxes which you can tick to indicate that the reading is either at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
When you print a report, this information will be printed alongside each of the readings.