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Sync Excel with Outlook Calender

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Cat2011, Dec 7, 2011.

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  1. Cat2011

    Cat2011 Thread Starter

    Dec 7, 2011

    I am a placement student and am looking at ways to make things easier at my company. I am wondering if there is a way to sync excel with outlook calender by entering info into an excel spreadsheet and it automaticly enter into outlook?

    Tasks are all stored in an excel file, there is a different tab for every month, the jobs are listed in column A and the dates are listed across the top of the spreadsheet. The name of the person who will be doing the job is in the appropriate cell linking the job with the date so installers know where they are supposed to be. All installers have recently been provided with iPhones we are hoping to link these phones to a shared outlook calender but currently awaiting an upgrade to the latest exchange server as the current one won't allow for multiple calenders (so the shared one does not currently show). I hope this will work when we are updated!

    Anyway..I am wondering if there is a way to link our spreadsheets with this shared calender when it is set up as it would be extremely helpful for the installers to have access to this info when on the go without us having to manually enter into the shared calender.

    We are currently running Office 2010 and Exchange 2003 soon to update to the latest (2011 I think)

    If anyone could help me it would be much appreciated! and sorry to say that I don't understand codes etc. so if someone could talk me through it if that's the case it would be much appreciated!

    Thanks for reading! (y)
  2. Rockn


    Jul 29, 2001
    Why not just send appointments directly to the installers calendar?
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