Microsoft Schedule +
I have seen a very old discussion on this board about time management tools.
I remember Schedule+ fondly, but alas, I can't find it. Perhaps it's no longer installed with Office XP?
I looked on my machine and version 7.5 of Schedule+ comes with Office 2000.
Let me correct my post. It's asking me for my exchange server every time I start it, but it will let me use the program.
When I run it from the CD:\OFFICE directory it runs, when I copy it out it says it needs a DLL, but won't tell me which one... I copy it to the directory I installed MS Office in (just word & excel) and it tells me th esame thing...
... and if anyone can find SCHDPLUS.HLP ...
Folks, I just searched for it (I'm using Office XP) and vóila... it's there! I though have an (almost) full install but anyway it's possible to choose Schedule Plus install when installing Office.
Wow thanks. It was an option under Outlook... Deselect the Outlook files, select the Schedule+ Support files and there it is. I don't think it creates a shortcut or installs help, but it works. Just go into the MS Office folder & create your own shortcut.
This program is neat.. You can even publish your schedule as a primitive HTML document. The To-Do list does pretty much everything I need it to do... It's not quite Joel's "painless software schedules" Excel, or MS Project, but it works very nicely.
MS Project is a lot of things, but "painless" isn't one of them. :)
Brad Wilson (dotnetguy.techieswithcats.com)
Brad... I was toying with Joel's Painless Software Excel method and kept saying things like
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