I've been using an Excel spreadsheet I put together for revising the basic conjugations and declensions of Latin grammar: it's quite rough and ready, but I wondered if it would be of any use to any beginners on the forum.
The spreadsheet simply uses the 'Conditional Formatting' feature to compare your input against the correct version: green and you're fine, red and you've made a mistake. It should be easy enough to use: the input tables are on the left of each sheet, the correct versions on the right. Reduce the size of the window so that you only see the input tables, then type away… When you've finished, close the spreadsheet without saving and it will be ready for next time without the need to got through and clear your previous input.
BTW, I use UK case order and macrons. NB: the conditional formatting requires absolute accuracy to work, so if you miss a macron on a word then it will be marked as incorrect. Similarly with spaces at the beginnings and ends of words, of course… As far as I know the grammatical forms are correct, but of course there may be errors that I haven't picked up. If anyone spots any, I'd be grateful if they'd let me know.
I hope it's useful to someone: please feel to adapt it for any (non-commercial) purpose…
It seems that the original file didn't work on earlier versions of Excel as Microsoft have changed how conditional formatting works. The following file has been tested successfully on Excel 2003 (includes macrons): https://db.tt/BuLTiLav
Mac users shouldn't have a problem with entering macrons (I use the Lingua Latina keyboard layout, which I downloaded from somewhere years ago, but I understand Maori works as well.)
I don't know how to input macrons on Windows however, so if you're having problems, here is a non-macron version of the file: https://db.tt/QBpK0dyp