Any freeware timetable-maker for students?


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fitwell

I saw a payware program some time back that looked very good, at least
in the description.

I imagine it's a question of inputing your courses and the times and
the program generates of timetable schedule of some sort.

Anything like that in freeware?
 
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sk

fitwell said:
I saw a payware program some time back that looked very good, at least
in the description.

I imagine it's a question of inputing your courses and the times and
the program generates of timetable schedule of some sort.

Anything like that in freeware?
You could try ABC Timetable
http://www.abc-ware.com/abctime.htm

or a for the Palm Pilot
Student v1.0
http://www.freewarepalm.com/database/student.shtml
Uni Matrix
http://www.niemueller.de/software/palm/unimatrix/

Note: I wish companies and individuals would remove the words free
download from a shareware website as this is misleading to indicate a
FREEWARE product and not some download of a trial software just freely
downloadable.

Steve
 
S

sk

sk said:
You could try ABC Timetable
http://www.abc-ware.com/abctime.htm

or a for the Palm Pilot
Student v1.0
http://www.freewarepalm.com/database/student.shtml
Uni Matrix
http://www.niemueller.de/software/palm/unimatrix/

Note: I wish companies and individuals would remove the words free
download from a shareware website as this is misleading to indicate a
FREEWARE product and not some download of a trial software just freely
downloadable.

Steve
Further to the above almost any PIM (Personal Information Manager)
should work and they or most anyways will tell you if theres a conflict
timewise.

Essential PIM
http://www.essentialpim.com/

Folio First
http://www.h3k.biz/

Also check Student Diary as its now seems no longer supported and
release with a serial number, same page as Folio First

Kronos
http://www.kronosproject.tk/

RICOlmer
http://members.lycos.co.uk/ricolmer/index_en.html

Advanced Diary
http://www.csoftlab.com/Diary.html

Ajour
http://www.micro-sys.dk/products/ajour/

UK's Kalender
http://www.8ung.at/ukrebs/

eQit
http://www.eqdigital.co.uk/eqit/index.htm

I hope one of these suits your needs.

Steve
 
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