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  • Timeline software

    Hi there I run and outdoor music festival and I need to create a timeline for all my deliveriables does any one know of any good time line software out there.

    Or does anyone know of any good excel templates where I enter the start and finish date of a task and it graphs a time line for me. So that I can have many task on the one graph

  • #2
    Google Gadgets

    Hi there, Microsoft Project would do the job but is expensive and perhaps overly heavy.

    I noticed a couple of Google Docs Gadgets for their spread sheeting tool that looked worthwhile checking out. Open up a spreadsheet, click "Insert Gadget" and try "Timeline Gadget" or "Gantt Chart" under the "Charts" category. These can all be used for free, i think.

    Good luck, Michael

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    • #3
      Check out a product called "Project Kick Start". I tried the trial version a while ago and it looked pretty good, and simple. (Then I changed jobs and had no need for it)

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      • #4
        Try this article:
        http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA010346051033.aspx


        This is a tutorial for creating a gantt timeline in Excel using Excel's built-in options.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Smile Police View Post
          Hi there I run and outdoor music festival and I need to create a timeline for all my deliveriables does any one know of any good time line software out there.

          Or does anyone know of any good excel templates where I enter the start and finish date of a task and it graphs a time line for me. So that I can have many task on the one graph
          I haven't tried it yet but I've heard very good things about LiquidPlanner.

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          • #6
            Microsoft Project, Open Workbench

            I like Microsoft Project, but a friend of mine had a similar situation and said he was going to try out Open Workbench, a free MS Project alternative

            Never heard how it turned out, but the website looks good and it sounds promising =)

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