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General Software Discussion / Re: Software to share To-Do lists?
« on: February 23, 2011, 12:17 PM »
Man, there was one that was really cool.  It was stored as text files, and certain prefixes did certain things inside the program.  it was extremely simple.  Similar to the one skwire mentioned above, but even more simple.  What was the name?  Someone either recommended it here, or it was on BDJ.  I don't remember.
Possibly TodoPaper or Paper.

+1 for Filebox eXtender.

General Software Discussion / Re: Printable weekly calendar app?
« on: November 05, 2010, 07:41 AM »
She actually uses Google Calendar for actual scheduling, but the ones she's printing are one-off views for each child, and she doesn't want to mess up her GCal schedule for the printout.  Setting up another google account or calendar might work as a last resort, but it looks likes VueMinder Lite could be the ticket -- thanks!

General Software Discussion / Re: Printable weekly calendar app?
« on: November 04, 2010, 09:48 PM »
There doesn't appear to be any way to print a weekly layout or change the color of an appointment.

General Software Discussion / Printable weekly calendar app?
« on: November 04, 2010, 02:23 PM »
Does anyone know of online or Windows software that can easily create colored weekly calendars like in the attached screen shot?  My wife created this in Word, but it's unwieldy to create and update.  She's not looking for scheduling software per se, just a way to print out a static weekly calendar in this format.  Thanks.

FileBox eXtender works great on 64-bit Win7.

FileBox eXtender works on Vista and Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit).

Any (EditPlus, Visual Studio 2003, Notepad, etc.).  It's hard to tell if the speed is actually different, but the strange visual effect when scrolling up makes it difficult to navigate.

Most accelerated keys work as expected, but the Up arrow key scrolls way too fast.

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