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Outlook 2000 saves calendar as webpage, but dates dont match days ???

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by akm, Sep 14, 2004.

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  1. akm

    akm Thread Starter

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    subject error message...
    "The instruction at "0X01161310" referenced memory at "0X01161310".
    The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program."

    when try to save an outlook 2000 calendar as a web page it is saved but not with the full date range selected in the save process.
    at the end of the save process i get the above error message.
    was able to save the main calendar yesterday ok but this is another calendar folder that i wanted to save to another htm file.
    any ideas?
    the ms kb was not too helpful, but it sounded like difficulties may be with xp working with webpub.exe.
    thanks again for all your help.
    akm
     
  2. akm

    akm Thread Starter

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    just a quick note.
    outlook seems to only have the problem saving the calendar to a webpage (htm) file/s when it is trying to overwrite an existing calendar webpage folder/files.
    so the current solution is to make sure i delete the existing webpage calendar folder/files b4 saving the current one.
    guess then i dont have a problem, just an inconvenience.
     
  3. akm

    akm Thread Starter

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    when i save an outlook 2000 calendar as a web page all the 2005 dates (the 2004 dates seem ok) get shifted, so the 30th of may 2005 shows up as a sunday instead of a monday.
    any ideas?
     
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    How's that?
     
  5. akm

    akm Thread Starter

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    thats great, thanks for the update.
    only problem is that there seems to be no answer for the question.
    but thats nothing new, im getting nowhere on any other forums with this question so it sounds like an ms software problem... which could take forever, or never to fix.
     
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