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    I hate "back to school".

    Is there any good (free) program that you can put your roster onto?

    If not. . .

    What's a good (free) spreadsheet program that does not require a desktop spreadsheet program (like Excel)?
    -Bernie

    "One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is 'to be prepared'.
    -Dan Quayle
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    I would consider these possibilities: (note- 'roster', at least in America, is usually a list of members or something rather than a list of classes.)

    1. Database as a roster. I especially like HandMark's MobileDB, but any good database would allow you to create a table of classes, times, rooms, etc. (I think I would add columns for grading policy, and places to record grades as the term goes on.)

    2. DateBook or an enhanced version fo Datebook (I am using Action Names, but there are several good ones out there. I really appreciate being able to use and create icons for the appointments!)

    In this idea, you enter your classes as appointments. I would put the room number as a part of the entry, then use the note function to record the instructor, and other pertinant details, OR create a 'memo' per class with details, and then use DateBook to track the class times for me.

    DateBook+ will easily keep your entire school schedule with a fairly small amount of programming.

    Check HandMark.com and similar sites also- many of them have special applications just for students!
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    Hi All,
    Is there a "palm" military roster program out there that can handle a duty roster? If you being in the military, you may know what I'm talking about. It's a management listing roster that handles a duty ( such as CQ, SDNCO, Guard, SDO, etc..). You enter on the form all the people who is able to pull a certain duty on a monthly or weekly basic. Then you can figure out who suppose to pull duty equally for each day.

    This could be a useful program for all the First Sergeant's out there

    Byron
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    Originally posted by Madkins007
    I would consider these possibilities: (note- 'roster', at least in America, is usually a list of members or something rather than a list of classes.)
    Well, I go to a crazy school where everything is crazy, crazy, crazy.

    2. DateBook or an enhanced version fo Datebook (I am using Action Names, but there are several good ones out there. I really appreciate being able to use and create icons for the appointments!)

    In this idea, you enter your classes as appointments. I would put the room number as a part of the entry, then use the note function to record the instructor, and other pertinant details, OR create a 'memo' per class with details, and then use DateBook to track the class times for me.

    DateBook+ will easily keep your entire school schedule with a fairly small amount of programming.
    Oh, you would think so. But I go to a crazy school where everything is crazy. Like class times. At my school there is:
    • A six day rotation,
    • Class times don't start and end on 5 minute intervals, which datebook allows,
    • No one day of the week has the same timing schedule.


    I guess I'll try out the database program. But I'd rather have a spreadsheet program. . .
    -Bernie

    "One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is 'to be prepared'.
    -Dan Quayle

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