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    Technical Question About Outlook

    OK, two more days and I blow this joint.

    One thing I would like to do, to save me a whole lotta trouble in the future, is copy my calendar and address book from Outlook onto a disk (or e-mail it to myself) so that I can simply download it instead of re-typing everything.

    As usual, the help instructions are not helpful. Does anybody know how I can do this? (I am using Outlook 2000 here at the office.)
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    I had a similar situation when I switched from a Palm to a PocketPC. Try uploading to Yahoo Address Book and calendar, using their intellisync program. Worked for me.

    http://help.yahoo.com/help/intsync/
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    In the menu bar, click on file, then go to "import export".

    It will launch a "wizard" that will walk you through the process. I would caution that once you do it, you verify that the file is entact and imports to another PC.

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    Quote Originally posted by Chet
    In the menu bar, click on file, then go to "import export".

    It will launch a "wizard" that will walk you through the process. I would caution that once you do it, you verify that the file is entact and imports to another PC.
    Yep, yep, yep.

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    I tried the import/export command with no success. NHPlanner's technique worked without any difficulty. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally posted by Cardinal
    I tried the import/export command with no success. NHPlanner's technique worked without any difficulty. Thanks!
    It is odd, it took me a few attempts to get it to work also. Glad you had success though.

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    Quote Originally posted by Cardinal
    I tried the import/export command with no success. NHPlanner's technique worked without any difficulty. Thanks!
    Glad I could help.
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