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Calendar appointments do not reflect correct set up time

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Rutabegger1961, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Rutabegger1961

    Rutabegger1961
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    When I set up an appointment in Calendar, the future date & time I chose
    reflects back to the day and time I physically wrote the note. For example,
    today is June 20. If I go out to July 10 in Calendar, and make an appt. for
    3:00PM and confirm it, that appt. date & time refers back to the time I wrote
    the appt. on June 20. I can open the appt. afterwards and physically change
    the date and time back to July 10 @ 3:00PM. But it will still never show up
    in Calendar under July 10. It will remain underdate & time I originally wrote
    up the appointment. Thank you in advance.
     
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    Douglas J Steele

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    I'd suggest asking this in a newsgroup related to whatever client you're
    calendar is in (Outlook?)

    This newsgroup is for questions about Access, the database product that's
    part of Office Professional.

    --
    Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
    http://I.Am/DougSteele
    (no e-mails, please!)


    "Rutabegger1961" <Rutabegger1961@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:6483B671-AD3D-4665-8F6C-49F804CEC138@microsoft.com...
    > When I set up an appointment in Calendar, the future date & time I chose
    > reflects back to the day and time I physically wrote the note. For

    example,
    > today is June 20. If I go out to July 10 in Calendar, and make an appt.

    for
    > 3:00PM and confirm it, that appt. date & time refers back to the time I

    wrote
    > the appt. on June 20. I can open the appt. afterwards and physically

    change
    > the date and time back to July 10 @ 3:00PM. But it will still never show

    up
    > in Calendar under July 10. It will remain underdate & time I originally

    wrote
    > up the appointment. Thank you in advance.
     
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