Did people live when the dinosaurs live?

The short answer is "No."

Years ago some anthropologists came across what is referred to as the "Paluxy Tracks." The Paluxy Tracks seemingly showed dinosaur and human footprints alongside one another, dating to the same time period. However, after much controversy it was determined that the "human" tracks where really dinosaur tracks after some weathering and erosion to remove the claws.

According to the geologic timetable, humans did not appear on this Earth until 60 million years after dinosaurs became extinct.

That's all off the top of my head, Google "Paluxy Tracks" to learn more.