Usher Scheduling Software

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I wrote this Access VBA software to create usher schedules for our church.

Note this software does not require any version of Office on the computer.

I can also give you a version that does require Microsoft Access to be on the computer. The only advantage to this would be elimination of some of those annoying security questions windows tends to popup. If you'd like this non runtime version please request it through email. You will find my email address at the bottom of this text.

The link is a 32bit version if you require 64bit I have it also and will post it if the demand arises

Once you download the exe file Open it wherever you like Desktop, Documents etc It will extract the appropriate files and run setup. It will create an icon on the desktop Usher Schedule.

It will also create an icon in all programs.

The first time you run it access will offer a Security Alert bar across the top. Click on enable content to make this a trusted application.

Once you've done this in the future you will not see the alert. But if you never click enable content you will not be able to properly use the program.

Please don't hesitate to email me any questions. Also if you want something altered let me know.

It can be used for any church. I am offering for download from this link http://www.davebootsma.com/ushers.exe

It currently has a list of ushers in it for sampling reasons only, these should be deleted and your ushers names phone numbers and email addresses should be added.

To do a new schedule hit the New Schedule button. It will ask for a starting date input your starting date it also asks how many weeks to schedule. It defaults to 13 but can be changed.

Note 17 weeks is probably max for the printout to be on one page. When you first use the program make sure you hit the setup button and alter the setup screen to your needs.

My direct email address if not listed with this post is [email protected] the program is fairly self explanatory but if ya need help drop me a line or two.

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