Post by bobgoodman on Jan 17, 2020 12:34:35 GMT -6
How about writing here what functions you'd like to have, and we can suggest programs to suit.
I've been using LibreOffice (and OpenOffice before that) for years, both for Linux and Windows. For graphic stuff, it helps if you have templates for the figures, but if you don't need to see cartoons of the players and will accept Xs, Os, or other shapes, then it's even easier. OpenOffice and LibreOffice come with word processing, graphics, spreadsheet, and slide shows that integrate with each other.
If you want real fancy graphics work, there's the Graphic Image Manipulation Program, also for Linux and Windows.
All these programs are available for downloading at no charge.
Last Edit: Jan 17, 2020 12:50:42 GMT -6 by bobgoodman
Pro Quick Draw isn’t an actual drawing program. It is and add on application that runs with visio and PowerPoint. It helps you build out or format your playbook from your library of already drawn plays. It’s great if you have $1000 a year for a single user license.
You really need to be well versed in visio and PowerPoint. It’s a program/add on that most of the NFL uses and a lot of D-1 programs because they all use visio. And they have 20-30 licenses.
They have a 60 day free trial to down load and use. It’s awesome. But again, you have to almost be an expert in visio and PowerPoint so you’re not wasting your time.