World Cup Fixtures In Outlook

  Taff™ 11:48 13 May 2006
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click here To compliment Gandalfs link that puts Outlook Calendar & Tasks on your desktop.

  [DELETED] 12:17 13 May 2006

Just what I was looking. Greta stuff.
Thanks

  [DELETED] 12:18 13 May 2006

Just what I was looking. Thanks for the link

  Noldi 14:16 13 May 2006

click here

Also here is a excel sheet to track all games.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:11 13 May 2006

Thanks Taff™ - it's a good one and I've installed it and synced it with my pda.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:16 13 May 2006

By the way, do you know of any similar files that might be helpful -say half term dates and so forth? You know, to save me having to put them in manually.

  [DELETED] 19:30 13 May 2006

Regrettably half-term dates are not the same for every Local Education Authority.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:35 13 May 2006

Woolwell - true enough - I'd not thought of that :-(

By the way, LEAs have been remoddeled again as simple LAs ;-)

  Taff™ 07:16 14 May 2006

Thanks for that Excel Link - I needed one of those for the local pub sweepstake.

  [DELETED] 15:10 14 May 2006

I downloaded but did not run the Cup Outlook because it said only for Outlook 2003, and I and my grandson only have Outlook 2000 on our machines.
Was the advice with the download from Microsoft Small Business site accurate or have some of you put it on 2000?

  Taff™ 15:47 14 May 2006

It actually says "Optimised for Office XP and above" - I`ve got it on XP.

Try VoG™`s link - It`s a much better Excel file and more colourful.click here

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