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How do I add 2013 holiday dates to Outlook 2003 SP3?



 
 
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Old June 22nd 09, 08:00 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
John and Linda
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Default How do I add 2013 holiday dates to Outlook 2003 SP3?

How do I add holiday dates to Outlook 2003 for 2013 and on? My holiday
dates stop in 2012. Father's Day, for example, is shown as June 17, 2012,
but there is no Father's Day shown for 2013 and on.
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