Because this scheduler uses VBScript, you must use Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher on a computer running Windows 98 or higher (or Windows 95 with the VBScript engine installed) to access the schedule maker. I cannot guarantee that it will work with any other operating systems or any other browsers.
It is recommended, but not required, that if you have an odd-number of teams, you add one named BYE, to make an even number of teams. This will generally reduce the complexity of the schedule, and will usually reduce the number of times that a team is scheduled to play twice in one day. Teams scheduled against BYE then get that slot off.
Some notes about methodology and schedule arrangement. The schedules were designed with a few non-standard criteria in mind (in part to assist with my library's "Battle of the Books" scheduling):
For round robin trivia contents with multiple question packets, such as my library's "Battle of the Books" tournaments, there is a letter at the bottom of each grid square to indicate which question packet you should use. This ensures that no team is asked the same questions twice.
The time slots are intentionally displayed as blank text boxes, so that you can fill in your own start/end times before printing the page.
Note: For some reason, the program occasionally causes Internet Explorer to generate a "Page Fault". I haven't yet found a way to prevent this from happening. In the meantime, if this happens to you, click Close for the Page Fault message, then BEFORE clicking Ok to the "internal error" message, go to Internet Explorer's View menu and select Source, then save that to a file on your hard drive, so that your results are saved, and can be viewed later. Then you can click Ok to the "internal error" message, which will close Internet Explorer.