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bikher

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I am searching for a calendar to assist with planning. I have come across a few Excel add-ins that seem that they may work but I would like to find a few more options before I pick one to invest my time in altering it to suit my needs.

My "vision" is a calendar that would have one month per work sheet & allow me to place several items in a given day (3 pieces of information per item). I need to be able to pull a daily total for each day as well as a weekly total. The calendar would need to have Saturday has a functioning. Sunday does not matter.

I know enough about Excel to get me in trouble but not enough to program something like this.

The other kick is that I have zero budget for this. IF I were able to find the perfect software for ALL my planning needs, I MIGHT have a shot of getting some money for it.

If anyone has any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate your help!
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peterm

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do you have microsoft office ? the calander that comes in microsoft outlook will do what you want
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I'd suggest the calender in Microsoft Outlook will do fine.
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The Outlook calendar doesn't cut it.

I need to be able to enter 3 items all on one line - job number, job name & job quantity. There will be several jobs on any given day.

In addition, I need to be able to extract a daily total and a weekly quantity.

I would really like to have this calendar in some sort of planning add in rather than keep it separate.

Right now the best thing I have found is a template from the MS site created for nursing shifts that I have doctored *greatly*.
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