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Does anyone know of a reminder program that will allow me to set remind dates at least a year into the future and still work if my computer is shut down? Free would be better but I'd pay for it if necessary as long as I get a trial version first. Thanks :) Dave
 

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John Burns said:
Don't know if this is the type program you want - but you can take a look at it - it's free.
Look at Multi-Reminders on this link:



http://theabsolute.net/sware/
I read the info John, not sure if it will do what I want it to do? In fact I'm not even sure it's possible to do what I want? LOL I'll try it Thanks :) Dave
 
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Multi-Reminder does go a year out. You can always print a list of reminders so when the pc is off, you have the list. Grin. Not sure how you get a pc which is turned off to notify you otherwise.
 

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That IS the problem John lol. I think your 'multi reminder' will work tho. I'll test it for a few days and let you know? IF I don't forget :) Thanks Dave
 

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John: Multi Reminders worked GREAT. Once I reboot the reminder is there THANKS :) Dave
 
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Money Pit said:
John: Multi Reminders worked GREAT. Once I reboot the reminder is there THANKS :) Dave
:) You're welcome - I've used it for about two years and really rely on it. Glad I could help.
 
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