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Subject:Re: Project scheduling software From:"Dann, Peter J" <PJDann -at- VCRPMAP -dot- TELECOM -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Mon, 3 Jul 1995 12:31:00 EST
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Subject: Project scheduling software
Date: Friday, 30 June 1995 8:12AM
Now that I'm finally getting settled in my new job, my boss wants me to
projecting out how long it'll take me to do my documents. I've looked at
Microsoft Schedule, but that seems pretty limited. What other software is
there that I can try out. What I would like is something that breaks out a
task into sub-tasks. I've never done this before, so any info I can get is
very welcome. Thanks!