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  • Hello Everyone,

    I was wondering if I can get some direction on a project

    Is there a way to create the following database, website or program to do the following:

    For example:

    There is a total of 30 people. I split them into 5 groups of 6. Each person below will have to rotate to 6 differerent tables but in the different order or position not duplicating the same position twice. There will be 6 rounds total that last 5 min each after each round there is a 3 min break then move on to the next round.

    I normally create a extensive excel spreadsheet with times, all rounds. I am looking for something to dump all of the names in it,time criteria and product specifc information and it will create it with the rules listed above.

    Round 1 will be from 9:00am - 9:40

    Round 2 will start at 10am - 10:40 in this round Lisa should fall in 2nd place ect...

    Round 3 will start at 10:50 - 11:30 in this round Lisa should be in 3rd place on this list


    Group 1/Round 1          Group 2/Round 1        Group 3/Round 1           Group 4/Round 1            Group 5/Round 1

    Lisa                                 Mike

    john                                Kim

    Mary                              Missy

    Adam                             Jen

    Calvin                            Michele

    Bob                                Sky

    any suggestions?

    Thank you so much for all suggestions.

    Friday, April 5, 2013 11:18 PM

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  • Madieson,

    Looks like a speed dating event. It also looks like it has nothing to do with the focus of this forum, namely, questions/issues with Microsoft Project, a planning and scheduling application.

    Not real sure where to direct you, but you might start here:


    Saturday, April 6, 2013 2:03 AM
  • Hi John,

    Thanks for responding. This would not be for any kind of speed dating event or function. It's actually to practice a drill for a specific group that works in the medical field in order for them to get their verbal certifications.



    Tuesday, April 9, 2013 11:09 PM