Reef Aquarium Maintenance Software

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    Does anyone have a recommendation on reef aquarium maintenance software? Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks 1geo
     
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    I use talking about software that you can use to keep track of tank parameters, notes about tank maintenance, addition of fish, etc... I use aquanotes Aquanotes is designed to be used along with an aquacontroller but you can use the software to manually keep track of activity on your tank.
     
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    reefcon pro
     
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    I have a Mac so no software for me...:sad:
     
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    make your own
     
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    Huh! Me. Ha Ha! Would even begin to know where to start. It would be a complete disaster! :lol:
     
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    Lot of people just use a spreadsheet program. I don't use a mac but I'd assume you have an equivalent to Excel.
     
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    True. I have two Appleworks and iWork. They both have spreedsheets! Thanks.
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    you are welcome just learn how to search the net i found a few of them.
     
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    so hows it look
     
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    Very nice so far. I'll have to look more this weekend when I have time. Suppose to be working now, but not staying focused.
     
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