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enter date in to do's report.

enter date in to do's report.

enter date in to do's report.

I am using SK98. the problem I have is that uncompleted To'Dos are not transfering to the next day. When I run a To'do report there is a field called "enter date" which is showing 5 september 1997. Does anyone know how to reset this date which I suspect is causing my problem

RE: enter date in to do's report.

Dear Irishdude100,

Check out the faq pages, see link at top of this page, look at all the faqs especially:
"Invalid File MAST.WK /Goals &Todo's not forwarding"
click on that faq link.

Furthermore, there is no way to reset that date
(that I know of)!
It is however very important to enter an ENTER date, in case you want at any time to export the data to any other program.

I would also be interested in knowing where the other 99 Irishdudes on Tek-Tips are!
Good Luck

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