From: Steve Stewart (
Date: Tue Nov 05 2002 - 00:11:40 EET

Anybody out there have a recommendation for scheduling software that runs on
NT, Win2k, or XP? Specifically, I'd like something that looks like a
calendar, has blocks representing the hours to do a specific job (more hours
should equal bigger blocks), so I can then drag them around from day to day
to adjust the schedules and deliveries. Probably need ability to split
blocks of time, too, so they can be done over more than one day.
As with many of you, our jobs change daily. Using the scheduling portion
of our shop software is just not worth the effort. We use Outlook as a
kludge right now, and it's better than nothing.
Steve Stewart
Steve Stewart
protogenic, inc.
1490 w. 121 ave., suite 101 phone:303-252-0212
westminster, co 80234

Protogenic - Always on time,
                           Always great Customer service,
                                Always top quality.


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