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Create a master calendar for a large congregation

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Barb, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Barb

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    Is there a way to create a master calendar of events, classes, etc. for a
    large congregation- other than entering dates and info by hand on a dry erase
    wall calendar? I've never used it but am thinking maybe "Power Point" might
    be an option? Thanks for any tips you can give me.
     
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  3. Rick B

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    You have posted this to an ACCESS newsgroup. Access is a database
    application. You could certainly use Access to store data like that and
    print it, but you'd really have to build it from scratch. POWER POINT is
    designed for presentations. It does not really sound like that is what you
    want. I would use Outlook if you want an interactive calendar where you can
    enter, edit, and print calendars.

    If only one person will have access to the computer file, and you want other
    folks to update a paper copy, you might also just do it in Word. In other
    words, if you are trying to produce a paper calendar to hand out to folks,
    and you want it to look "pretty", I'd go with Word. The microsoft website
    has many calendar templates that you can download. I use one that I put on
    the fridge at home to keep track of our family schedule of events.

    Hope that helps.

    Please note, if you have additional questions, post them to the newsgroup
    for the software you end up using. If you use a Word template, find an
    appropriate newsgroup with "word" in the name.

    Good luck,

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    Rick B



    "Barb" <Barb@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:4E8CE147-29D2-4417-877D-1FBA2637A650@microsoft.com...
    > Is there a way to create a master calendar of events, classes, etc. for a
    > large congregation- other than entering dates and info by hand on a dry
    > erase
    > wall calendar? I've never used it but am thinking maybe "Power Point"
    > might
    > be an option? Thanks for any tips you can give me.
     

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