A special section for weight training?  It was expressed by many runners who tested Run Don't Walk that they would like to see a training section devoted solely to weight training.  It appears that more and more runners and cross trainers go to the gym and lift weights on a regular basis.  The screens below make up the weight lifting section.

Lifting Chart
                                                                                            Weight Training Chart

This is the main weight lifting window.  It defaults to display your 12 most recent entries and charts them.
Key points of interest:

The navigation options, located in the upper right hand corner of the window, makes viewing years of training quick and easy.  You can move in sets of 12 or start at a specific date.
The graph at the bottom of the window shows the progress for the entries above, by default.  Right-click on the chart and you have the following options.
Chart Options
The top three items (Line Graph, 2D Bar Chart, and 3D Bar Chart) are choices for the presentation of your information
Display Entries Above: shows the entries that are currently being displayed in the list
Display [date] To Present: shows all entries from the first date in the list being displayed to the most recent entry.
Display All Entries: shows all entries for that exercise type.

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                    Workout Entry
                                                                                               Workout Entry

This window is where you add new and modify existing weight lifting entries.   These entries will appear in the training journal like any other training entry.   The entry will be named "Weight Lifting [Auto Entry]".
Key points of interest:

Weight can be entered in whole pounds or parts of a pound.
To speed entry, the "Sets" and "Reps In Set", default to previously entered values and equipment defaults to the equipment specified in the weight lifting type maintenance window displayed below.

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                                  Weight Training Print Options
                                                                                        Weight Training Print Options

The weight lifting section of Run Don't Walk has some very special printing capabilities.
Key points of interest:

Basic (up to 12 entries): this option will print the entries that are currently being displayed in the weight lifting chart.
The "Show Graphs" option will print the progression chart for each exercise type.
Detailed (up to 60, most recent): this option will print the entries for the 60 most recent entries you have recorded.  If you do not have 60 entries, it will print as many as you have.
The "Show Graphs" option will print the progression chart for each exercise type.
For the Gym: this print option is used when you go to the gym to workout.   It has two parts:
The first part is the number of columns you want to leave empty.  You would want to leave at least one column empty to record your workout for that day.  If you planned to go away for several days and intended to workout, you might leave 4 or 5 columns empty.  The choice is yours.
The second part is the number of empty rows you want.   You would want to add empty rows if you plan to do additional exercises than you have previously defined.  Add as many empty rows as you want.

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                        Weight Lifting Types
                                                                                    Weight Lifting Types Window

This window is where you setup your different weight lifting types.  Key points of interest:

Description: This is the name that will appear in the weight lifting chart displayed above.
Default Equipment: The information is optional.  If entered, it will default as the equipment type when you add a new workout in the workout entry window displayed below.
Display: This option decides whether the lifting type is displayed in the weight lifting chart or not.  If you choose to delete the entry, all information or that type will be deleted also.
The button, located on the left hand side of the window, allows you to choose the order in which the lifting types appear in the weight lifting chart.