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    Timetables

    We are a small school here (45pupils) however they all pick their own subject and I am looking for some cheap timetable software with options support. Any Ideas?

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    45? - If its 45, I'd consider looking at a spreadsheet type set up.

    If its 450, then I'd be more inclined to consider something a bit larger.

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    We've been looking at Mimosa http://www.mimosasoftware.com/index.html

    480 Euros for a school, your size - 600 Euros if you want upgrades forever

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    http://www.timetabler.com/

    We use the options program in our sixth form and Year 10. But they also do a timetabler program also.

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    Why not buy Nova-T with Options. It can run standalone - without SIMS .net.

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    Timetable

    Keith Johnson is cheap and easy to use.

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    As already mentioned, I would look into an MS Word or Excel table which is quite easy to do. Even though the pupils are choosing their own subject, I'm sure they all have common denominators.

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