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setterguy

Computerized planner

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Anyone have any good experiences with a good computerized daily planner program? Looking to get away from the notebook/bulky planner. I carry the laptop with me anyway, might as well get it on there. Thanks.

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What exact kind of planner are you looking for?? Are you looking for a business planner?? If so I use a program called Lotus approach, I think it is a pretty good system. It has different kinds of calender scheduling tools, I mainly use it for keeping track of my customer base. I have almost eliminated the sticky note everywhere syndrome.

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MS Outlook works for everything that I need. Is there something in particular you are trying to do?

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I agree, Outlook will do everything you need to when it comes to orginization you can even sync it to your palm ready phone or PDA for those times you only have a handheld.

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Outlook does an excellent job of tying calendar, tasks, email, contacts etc into one package.

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