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Import Schedule+ into Outlook 2000

Import Schedule+ into Outlook 2000

Import Schedule+ into Outlook 2000

We have just begun upgrading our PC's to Office 2000 (from Office 95). One of our user's cannot import their Schedule + data into her Outlook 2000 Calendar. The Import/Export engine runs, finds her .scd file, but then asks for a password into the file. The user says her Schedule + was never password protected. Any ideas how to get around this password request. This problem has not occured on any other machine so far.

Tom Thaden

RE: Import Schedule+ into Outlook 2000

To my knowledge, you can only import older Schedule+ files into Schedule+ 7.0 You can then import from 7.0 into Outlook. AND it takes a file that microsoft has on its "technet" site to do it.

Check out their documentation. If you can't find it, repost. I'll see if I can't get the "converter" from my files at work and email it to you.

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