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vinny_the_hack

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Anyone know where the calendar (entries) is/are stored?

I currently (automatically) back up all my personal files, e-mail, etc. daily, but since I haven't been able to find the calendar's hiding place, I need to export it to a folder that is included in the backup. I often only remember to do this about once a week, even though I update my calendar several times a day. I'd like to just have it backed up from wherever the heck it sits.

I apologise if this is the wrong forum for this.

Edited by vinny_the_hack, 14 August 2007 - 10:48 PM.

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You don't say which version of MS Works you're using, but have look at this (third item down from top): http://www.8-p.de/ma...orks/wkscal.htm
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Sorry about that. I've got MS-Works 6. I checked both those locations and both contain exclusively application files except for one "tmp" file. I've looked at dozens of places without success. I also did a "search" for what I thought would be the extension--a light bulb just went off! I'll be back. BTW, thanks for your time.
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Ok, I found it/them. I did a search for the extension mentioned in the Q&A you pointed me to, "wcd", and voila! The two of them were sitting there casually chewing the fat32 over a cup of java completely oblivious to how much trouble they've been causing me. The both of them are SO grounded. They are not allowed out again until the calendar hits 2008. They live at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Works

Thanks for your help.
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