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Back-up copy of calendar

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  1. vwdrv

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    How do I make periodic back-up copies of 'my calendar'....It's the calendar that was part of my previous OS--Vista....It was one of the programs brought onto the new computer with OS WIN 7.....I regularly make back-up copies of my documents and I want to include making a back-up copy of it at the same time....
    Thank you in advance.....


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    Are you using the calendar in Outlook 2007? If so, this article will describe how to back up your data. If not, can you be more specific about the calendar you're using?
     
  3. vwdrv

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    No, not in Outlook.....
     
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    Then what calendar program are you using?
     
  5. vwdrv

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    DaveA---Our old computer had OS Vista......This computer has Win7.....When our files were transferred to this computer, I asked that the calendar be included...The best answer I can say is----It's the calendar program that was included in Win Vista.....Does that answer your question....???........I find it listed on this computer as follows----C>Program Files> WinCal>WinCal.exe
     
  6. vwdrv

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    ps---I have tried to update my signature....Got message saying I didn't have permission....Sent message to 'Help'.....so far no response..See my original post for the up-to-date signature info.....Will try again to update.....
     
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    I think he is talking about this calendar in the gadgets.
     

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