Home Forums Consumer Rights Advice World Cup Fixtures In Outlook Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post World Cup Fixtures In Outlook Taff™ 11:48 13 May 2006 Locked click here To compliment Gandalfs link that puts Outlook Calendar & Tasks on your desktop. Noldi 14:16 13 May 2006 click hereAlso 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. 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. 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 Taff™ 17:56 14 May 2006 Came across this one - Outlook update for Holidays. click hereKnowledge Base article click here Diodorus Siculus 18:02 14 May 2006 Taff™ - thanks for those.I've only recently started to use Outlook (since I was given a PDA) and entering all the dates is a bit of a pain! Diodorus Siculus 21:55 14 May 2006 something called 123!I remember it well for drawing pie charts once upon a time! This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.