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    I found a web site once that if you put in one of your work days and what your rotation is, it would mark your work days for the year. Any one know where I can find that web site again, or one like it?
    Jason Geary
    City of Cohoes FD
    www.cohoesfirefighters.com
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    Heres the link to a shift calender.
    Hope it helps. http://www.fire-ems.net/calendar/index.html

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    Here's a link to a shareware firefighter shift calendar. Download it and play with it. It works for any rotating 24 hour shift. You can see your work schedule up to the year 2030. It's the best thing I've downloaded in a long time. Try it out.
    http://hotshift.tripod.com/

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    Scrapper,

    Can you let me known what version you are using? There are a few listed. And what about the bug fixes, do I need to do those also.

    Thanks
    Jason Geary
    City of Cohoes FD
    www.cohoesfirefighters.com
    local #2562
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    Near the top of the web page there is a spot to download Ver. 2.075. I believe that's what I did. I've had it for a while now. All I did was download and install it. I did not install any bug fixes or anything like that and the program works just fine for me.

    Yes, I have ver. 2.075

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