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Export excel dates into outlook calendar

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Hi there,

I am new here and any help will be very much appreciated.

I have an excel spreadsheet with a project schedule running down a column. I would like to click a button and export this list of dates into a graphical calendar which I could print out showing me what I am doing and when.

The calendar could just say project fieldwork start and fill in a key attached with the schedule.

Can anyone help or point me in the right direction?

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If you have MS Outlook installed you can try the following;
Tested with Outlook 2003

Step1 - Create a Template

From Outlook select the following menu items
> File
> Import and Export
> Export to a File > Next
> Comma Seperated Values > Next
> Calendar > Next
> Enter DestinationFileName.csv > Next
> Export Appointments > Finish
> Enter Date Range > OK

N.B. Make sure you have some example appointments created before you start

Step2 - Format Data to Import

> Open DestinationFileName.csv
> Add your data to the correct columns
> Save your csv file

Step3 - Import your data

From Outlook select the following menu items
> File
> Import and Export
> Import from another program or File > Next
> Comma Seperated Values > Next
> Enter SourceFileName.csv > Next
> Calendar > Next
> Import SourceFileName.csv into folder : Calendar > Finish

Step4 - View / Print data


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