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i need to show some schedule on my presentation.
are there any tools to draw calendar and add timeline on it?
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Hi,

See: http://www.indezine.com/stuff/apr03timeline.pdf  This article tells you how to create a timeline in a PowerPoint presentation.
If you are using this for project management, see also:
http://www.pptmagic.com/projectmgm.htm
I have several free downloads that might be of interest to you.

Have a good one,
Glenna
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