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    I will be going to college in the fall and I have been looking for software to track my schedule of classes and to also keep track of assignments. I havent been able to find any and I was wondering if anyone here has seen any software that does this.


    Thanks in advance.


    Nick

    P.S. I have tried to use Filemaker Pro and that didnt work for me.

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    iCal is the nice app for that, it comes with every mac for free.
    you can also try palm desktop, its also free. both are nice, but i favour palm desktop

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    I have seen this question else where and someone suggested Fast Track. You can get it on Version Tracker - FastTrack Schedule 8.0.7 or Mac Update - FastTrack Schedule 8.0.7.
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    I think you'll find iCal the best -- my bro just in college says it totally rocks! And fully automatic too!

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    iCal should definitely be the first program you look at. Put your classes in as (repeating) events, and record your assignments as To Do items. If you have a Palm handheld (or think you might get one) you can synchronize them using iSync.

    You might also look into Palm Desktop (http://www.palmone.com/us/software/desktop/mac.html) which you can use even if you don't have a Palm organizer, Microsoft Entourage (but only if you also use it for eMail, or think you want to) or Now Up-to-date (http://www.poweronsoftware.com/)

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