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Solved: can you recommend a calendar for win 7?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by karaman, Jan 29, 2013.

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  1. karaman

    karaman Thread Starter

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    hallo,

    wanted to set up some dates in win 7 calendar only to be told by 'help' that "this version of windows does not have calendar" eh?! ---- and then am told to go get a third-party product.

    dont need anything flash, just something that will nudge me into action when a date and time i set up earlier has arrived. would prefer no freebies (there;s no such thing as a freebie, they usually screw up my machine or secretly keep track of what i am doing......).

    thanks

    karaman
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  2. ETech7

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    MS Outlook? Definitely NOT free.
     
  3. Elvandil

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    Works and Office have calendars. Do you have either?

    There's also a lot of free ones. You mean like a "reminder" sort of thing?

    Check these:

    Free Reminders
     
  4. karaman

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    hallo elvandil,

    i have word 2003 and it has a calendar but its rubbish, i do not have works.

    yes a reminder e.g. 29th jan = birthday so remind me on the 28th, etc i can do this on my phone but want permanent things like birthdays on my lappy instead of crowding out my mobile.

    no freebies please i really dont like them. thanks

    karaman
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    Probably the most popular, and maybe even the best, non-free calendar is included with Microsoft's Outlook, which ETech7 already suggested. It can be purchased separately (I think) or as part of the more expensive Microsoft Office packages.
     
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  7. karaman

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    thank you everyone - knew you could sort it for me! much appreciated.

    karaman
     
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