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Old 07-24-2012, 03:22 AM   #16
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Interesting suggestion. I can see where one might use Microsoft's Project or similar software -- create scenes as individual tasks (on one calendar) and then assign characters as resources for those tasks. Probably makes the most sense if you already own that software because of the expense and learning curve. Definitely tickles my sense of overkill.
Go to CNET. Downloads. Look up "project manager/management software"
Choose MS or MAC
Choose free or free to try or "pay"
There are plenty.

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OR I do it for you.
What I am talking about.

A few looked interesting. Change a few parameters and get others.
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