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Topic # 4276 26-Jun-2005 04:08
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hi
Imagine the following scenario:

I want to enter a date of birth in my PDA2k. And I want pda2k to remind me every year when the birthday comes. I also want to be able to search for important dates.

How Do I do this with PDA2k.

The only way I will do this is: make an 'appointment' and make it recur every year.

But then how do I search to find out when "John's" birthday is????

hope u have the answer

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Reply # 15994 26-Jun-2005 10:36
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The easiest way is to use Outlook on your computer and enter Birthday and Anniversary dates on Contacts. Each of these dates are automatically entered into the Calendar.

To find these persons dates, simply tap Start | Find on your Pocket PC, enter the person's name and select Calendar. This will return the entries created.

There are programs that list birthdays, etc, but the one I use is Spb Diary.






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  Reply # 15996 26-Jun-2005 10:46
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On my harrier I can add their birthday under their contact details.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 15997 26-Jun-2005 10:56
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Yes, it can be done on the Pocket PC too, but it only puts the new entry on the calendar if it's entered through Outlook on the desktop.







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  Reply # 16062 27-Jun-2005 21:41
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thanks for the replies.
I will try it

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