Importing CSV (Windows) file


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Dominic Afonso

When importing a Comma Seperated Values (Windows) file into a calendar in
Outlook 2007 I have not been able to prompt the duration field to auto fill.

The duration field in Outlook 2007 should be calculated from the start/end
times or the all day event check box.

If I import a CSV file the duration filed always stays blank.

I believe this is restricting me from showing the calendar events on an
Office Live Small Business - Business Application - Team Workspace - Calendar
that I have synced. Manually entered events on the same calendar have no
trouble syncing.
 
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Dominic Afonso

If start/end data are inputed manually then Duration autofills.

If start/end data are imported from a csv file the duration filed stays blank.

I am not trying to import the duration as it should always fill itself in.
 
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Dominic Afonso

If start/end data are inputed manually then Duration autofills.

If start/end data are imported from a csv file the duration filed stays blank.

I am not trying to import the duration as it should always fill itself in.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You are uploading the appointments using the connect to outlook option? Does
outlook crash when the calendar is connected? (It did for me when I tried to
repro.)

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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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