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 06-20-2004, 09:38 Post: 88949
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Does anyone know where I can find a template for Word that is designed for keeping maintenance records for our CUT's?
With my new machine I would like to be able to keep accurate records of all service that is done. Maybe even a freeware or shareware program that could do it. All I seem to find are more like auto expense reports. Thanks, Mike.






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 06-23-2004, 15:01 Post: 89223
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I use Excel for such things but I think you can easily create tables for your needs in Word. In Excel you make a simple template with all the columns and headings you could ever want in about 10 minutes.






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 06-23-2004, 17:12 Post: 89237
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I just hang a clipboard with a pad of paper and a pencil on the wall next to each piece of equipment and update it each time maintenance work is done.






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 06-23-2004, 17:19 Post: 89238
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There is a company called PrimaSoft PC Software that has maintenance record keeping software






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 06-24-2004, 18:50 Post: 89291
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Thanks everyone, all I guess I really want is a word template that I could tweek then print. By copying a bunch I could then keep them in a binder in the shop. Kevin, thanks but I'm not much of a software user, although it probably wouldn't be too hard to try and learn. Tim, I looked at the PrimaSoft site, looks like the made a database then tweek the headings depending on what you collect or inventory, anyhow the prices seemed a little high for the ones that might work for me. Ken, the paper and pencil idea is great, I have evev tried it, but my handwriting is so bad even I can't read it!!! Thanks all, Mike.






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Any use for one setup on the web.. A site saves the log and prints out in a nice report format when you say print..
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