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OL98: How to Convert Outlook Appointments to Schedule+ 95 [Q179912]

PSS ID Number: Q179912
Article last modified on 08-09-1999

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Outlook 98

This article describes how to export Microsoft Outlook appointments into Microsoft Schedule+ 95.


To Export Appointments from Outlook

  1. On File menu, click Import And Export.
  2. Click "Export to a File" and click Next.
  3. Click "Comma Separated Values (Windows)" and click Next.
  4. Click the Calendar folder you want to export and click Next.
  5. Type a path and file name for the file to be exported and click Next.
  6. Click OK and Finish.
  7. Type the date range you want and click OK.

To Import Appointments into Schedule+

  1. On the File menu in Schedule+, point to Import and click Text.
  2. Type or browse to the file name to be imported, and click Next.
  3. Click Yes and click Next.
  4. Click Comma, click the quotation mark (") to select it as the "character used to surround text fields", and click Next.
  5. Click Appointments, and click Next.
  6. Outlook stores more information about appointments than Schedule+. Therefore, you must select the fields that are applicable to Schedule+ as follows:
         Outlook Field          Schedule+ Field
         -------------          ---------------
         Subject                Description
         Start Date             Start Date
         Start Time             Start Time
         End Date               End Date
         End Time               End Time
         Reminder Date          Alarm Date
         Reminder Time          Alarm Time
         Description            Notes
         Location               Where
         Private                Private
    NOTE: After being set, Schedule+ retains these settings.
  7. Click Finish.

For information about exporting Outlook Contacts to Schedule+, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

Q180421 OL98: Error Converting Outlook Contacts to Schedule+

Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1999.

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