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sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

(OP)
I have been using sidekick 99 up through Windows XP sp3.
When I got to 2010, the old calendar was lost, and new entries can not be saved.

Any one else run into this?

RE: sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

No problem here using W7 & SK98. It works fine. You might try installing SK98. I believe it will accept the data from SK99. I don't recall where, but there was a discussion about returning to SK98 from 99 in this forum.
Warren
 

RE: sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

(OP)
Many Thanks.

Now to find a copy  of 98.  I am sure that mine was thrown out years ago.  I assume 98 will be able to read the contact information entered in 99.

If not, or if you know where I can get 98,please let me know.


Gordon

RE: sidekick calendar wont be saved for 2010

Dear Golfina,
Check out the following FAQ page for the download,

FAQ807-3761: 1Where to get SK98/SK95/SK99Prog+98Patch+

Though there is a possibility that the calendfar file is read only and if you save it under another name it may work.
Got to File SaveAs and choose a different name and then see if it works ok.
Yes Sidekick99 Cardfiles can be read perfectly in Sidekick98
 

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

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