The easiest way to create a table seating plan
for your wedding, celebration or event
PerfectTablePlan v6.2.2 is now available for Windows and Mac. This release adds enhancements and fixes bugs.
Find out more and download the new version from the release page:
This is a free upgrade for all customers with a v6 licence. Get your licence key resent here. If you have v5 or earlier, find out about upgrading here.
Contact us if you have any questions about licensing.
Please let us know if you have any issues with this release.
There are a few certainties in life - death, taxes and harddisk failure. It is not a matter of if, but when. The new generation of SSD harddisks are a big improvement on magnetic disks, but they can still fail. Imagine for a second that the harddisk of the computer you are reading this on died right now. What would you lose?
If your harddisk dies you can easily re-install PerfectTablePlan on another computer and retrieve your licence key. But your table plan data is a different story. If it was only stored on your harddisk, it’s gone. So you should always make a back-up copy of your plan (.tp) files to somewhere other than your harddisk, for example:
We get a few stressed emails from people who have lost all their data a few days before their event. Please don’t be one of them. In fact, do a backup now!
In 2020 we celebrated 15 years of PerfectTablePlan by sponsoring the Juniper Trust to build a kindergarten at Bampti in Nepal. The school is in an area that was badly affected by the 2015 earthquake and has had little help from the Nepalese government. It took a lot longer to build than planned, due to COVID. But it was finally finished at the end of 2021.
The Juniper Trust are currently raising money to build schools, plant trees and purchase school equipment and uniforms. The trust is run by volunteers and 100% of donations go to good causes. If you feel like contributing you can donate here.
An interesting read from 2014:
“In a city full of status symbols, nothing distills power more quickly than your literal place at the table.”
Drama. Ego. Protocol: Washington dinners have it all — and that’s just the seating chart
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