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  1. I touched up the MFL Import. Download and install again. The previous one wasn't handling symbols like & or # for example in the password. The updated one does.
  2. There is a new My Fantasy League Import on the Apps menu of This one has you log in first, and then shows you all of your leagues. Also keep in mind that the My Fantasy League import only works for leagues hosted by If your league is hosted by one of the other sites Yahoo, ESPN, CBS Sports, etc. you will have to manually enter your information. It goes pretty quick though. Just click File – Setup and walk through the setup pages. When you are done, click File – Save As… and give it a name associated with your league, so you only have to enter your league info once.
  3. You can pull any league into the Lineup Dominator this year, whether it was drafted with DD Classic, DD '16, or neither. 1. Your teams need to be synced with MyFBG first. See this article: Getting the most out of a Footballguys Subscription 2. In the LD, open your league, or create a new one with File, New and stepping through the File, Setup pages. 3. Click File, Import MyFBG Rosters. 4. Login. 5. Select Your League. 6. Make sure the Team Names match up. 7. Click Import Rosters. If you get a Control Array error, make sure that you set the correct Number Of Teams on the File, Setup page before importing the MyFBG rosters. The Import only imports rosters, you will need to set your scoring in the LD on the File, Setup pages. You can use File, Save As... to save different leagues, and File, Open to switch between leagues.
  4. The VBD Spreadsheet App doesn't work in Open Office, because Open Office doesn't support VBA macros. I would look at the Draft Dominator for Mac instead. It is available on the Tools tab of the main page of
  5. If you are in windows you need to enable macros. As soon as you open the spreadsheet, there should be a yellow tool bar with a Enable Macros button on it. If you are using a Mac, the Mac doesn't handle VBA macros.
  6. It only took me three days to find this post:Expert Rankings by Islander Maybe we need to ask Maurile Tremblay or ping Islander... Joel My first year using PD... Anyone have any advice on weighting the four left...Dodds, Wood, Henry, and Trembley? Your really can't go wrong with any of the four. My advice is to read as many articles / faceoffs / spotlights / training reports as you can from each one and see which ones you like the best and then weight them accordingly. If you are still not sure, 25% across the board works pretty good too.
  7. Click Tools - Macros - Security, and make sure the Macros are enabled.The other option is to use the Draft Dominator to generate your custom cheatsheets. It doesn't not require MS Excel.
  8. For the Lineup Dominator... Dodds does the current week Offense and team defense Herman does the current week Kickers Norton does the current week IDP Henry does the forward weeks offense and team defense Herman does the forward week Kickers Norton does the forward week IDP Gray does the SOS.
  9. Make sure the PD is closed when running a setup program to install a new one. Check the task manager too, to make sure a ProjectionsDomiantor.exe isn't listed (stuck) in there too.
  10. Internally, we keep two spreadsheets. One that is released each week with the basic players that get drafted in typical drafts... and another one that goes a little deeper that is used as the basis for the DD Player Pool. Version O was released by accident. If the players down there, become more likely to start, they will get moved up though into the blue cells.
  11. 9 WRs sounds a little high. How are you weighting your projections? Did you tweak the projections at all? Have you double checked your scoring system?
  12. One trick is to add your projections to the Stats_2003.csv file. You will have to do this in Excel or Open Office and make sure you keep the same format. Then you can weight the 2003 projections (yours) at 20%, and then weight the experts as you see fit.
  13. Open Office doesn't support VBA macros... so you won't be able to click the Generate Cheatsheets button...