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Old January 7th 06, 09:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
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Default Calendar defaults to current date and time

If the user clicks in the date and uses File-New-Appointment, does that
work? Double clicking in the calendar will always bring up an event with
the current date and the default reminder for events (18 hours).

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After furious head scratching, Bambi asked:

| I have one user who has this problem. When creating an appointment,
| the date and the time defaults to the current date and time, not to
| the selected future date and time. From a calendar day view, I
| selected a future date, say Jan 13. When I double-click say on 10AM,
| the appointment will come up with today's date and time as the start
| time, rather than Jan 13, 10AM. Tried in different views, still the
| same problem. This is with Outlook 2002 SP3.


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