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What Pc Software Do I Need

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#1 smee


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Posted 04 January 2008 - 08:37 AM

I am looking for software that links boxes to other boxes for a business project.
Its hard to explain what im looking for but i heard Microsost offer some kind of software but cant find the name of it.

The boxes are to link together information which can be shown as a demonstration for other people to look at, such as The Client who will link to the projects manager and in turn to contractors, sub contractors and so on.

Thanks in advance

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 09:23 AM

Are you perhaps talking about flow-charts or decision tables? Or are you talking about a Gantt chart in project management that shows milestones, etc.?

For flow charts, you can use MS Visio or one of the modules in OpenOffice. For Gantt charts, the standard is MS Project (although there are several free alternatives available: Open Workbench, for example.

What kind of output (printed, overhead projection) do you require?
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