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    calendar/organizer

    A friend is looking for software that will allow him to set up his schedule on a calendar on his computer. Looking for suggestions for this retired fellow who just wants to keep track of his schedule and to-do list. Thanks.

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    Re: calendar/organizer

    Wow, Trebor, this should bring a flood of suggestions! About a year ago when I was trying to "get away" from Outlook, someone here in The Lounge suggested Time & Chaos but it's $45..... On the other hand, I've tried looking for something on the Palm web site that says thou shalt not use our desktop software if you ain't got a Palm handheld. I can't find anything, but you may want to look for yourself at Palm Desktop.

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    Re: calendar/organizer

    Try This calendar/organizer It's only $3.95 But it gives you a 15 day Trial period to see if you like it. I don't think you can beat $3.95 if you like the way it works.

    Calendar & Organizer - all in one!!
    PowerPlan Calendar (PowerPlan) is a calendar application that can help you organize anything. It allows you to access a powerful printable calendar that displays weeks, days, months and years. The calendar is equipped with the latest reminder-tools and supports skins.

    PowerPlan Calendar helps you to get more organized and lets you plan your work correctly!

    PowerPlan Calendar Features

    Even allows you to add your own gif image to the date as a reminder, as I did below on the 29th

    1. Easy to use Calendar

    2. Alarm to warn you or wake you up

    3. Displays Anniversaries

    4. Keep track on your Meetings

    5. Keep track on important Phone calls

    6. Handles Reminders

    7. Holidays, Travel and Vacations

    8. Add animated Images on the calendar

    9. Print the calendar

    10. Change Skins and add Sounds
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    Re: calendar/organizer

    <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29> If your friend happens to have MS Works 2000, 2001 or 2002 & I think 2003, they all come with a Calendar which works like the original "MS Schedule". Often colleagues of mine who have works on their machines dont even know this program is there. Works is a relatively inexpensive alternative, and now that Word is included its not bad at all.

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    Re: calendar/organizer

    Try the free chaos manager from http://home4.inet.tele.dk/mbresson/cm/index.html
    I've used this for a while now and it's size, simplicity and price <img src=/S/blackteeth.gif border=0 alt=blackteeth width=20 height=20> appeal to me...
    John (Unreconstructed Jacobite)

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