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MeetingAgenda.pdb

Author:Thomas St. Clair [Send Author Email]
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Date
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February 09, 2004
Description:This is a database to arrange agendas for meetings. The layout allows you to capture ideas as you work and categorize the agenda content based on meeting type, priority, category. When you have the content established within the database, just export to Microsoft Word and the AGENDA will materialize as a table, you can format and make changes from there. Remember that any changes made in word should be copied back into the database for history and so it is current. Word allows a detailed spell check and font and structure manipulation.
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:No
Filters:There are 3 different views aside from default, which shows everything unless you assign a filter. ARCHIVES > A running history of agenda topics and contents FUTURE TOPICS > Ideas for meeting content, for notes and building the content of the topic AGENDA > All but ARCHIVES and FUTURE TOPICS
Sorting:Based on PRIORITY and what VIEW is applied
Reports:EXPORT to Microsoft Word for manipulation to structure and format of font, then printout as the AGENDA for whatever meeting you are initiating.
Comments:This is so simple, and it is very useful AS you generate ideas, I work on my agenda from the end of one meeting to the beginning of the next as ideas arise or communication I need to express to my team gets revealed, that way I don't forget any detail my people may need.
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.3.0x or greater
File:meetingagenda.pdb          Downloads: This Month 10 / Total* 2084
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename meetingagenda.pdb when saving this file.
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