Open for Brainstorm (VBA project)

Roccafelie

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Hello everyone,

I need some brainstorm for my new project and I would love to hear your comments, suggestions and experiences.

I must code a program that will list the upcoming events (maybe a small description of the event, deadline, how much etc..) in order to inform my collegues and organize things a little bit.

My initial idea was to use Gantt diagram, but I also want to use calendar view as well, maybe some sort of a combination

-Preferable 2 sheets ( one for to enter the event input) and one for to display
-Simple, Easy to handle
-Maybe (not sure if it possible) with a button an attachment pdf appears etc..
 
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