How to set the application to launch itself every time the computer is turned on?
Set the startup mode to Manually and automatically when the computer starts
form. If you also wish to have the application hidden in the Tray Bar
upon computer startup check the Automatically run minimized
and Run the application in the Tray Bar
If it is a change of term for an event within visible days, move the mouse pointer to the desired event,
click and hold the left mouse button, move the mouse pointer to the new term and then release the left mouse button.
If the event term needs to be set outside the displayed date range, use edit event
How to write an email address in an event
within the current planning calendar so
that it calls the default mail client (Outlook, etc.)?
" in front of an email address in the subject or the note of an event
of the current planning calendar, e.g. for "firstname.lastname@example.org
" write "mailto:email@example.com
How to display the number of years between the entry date and the current date in an event
of the current planning calendar?
Enter the following link into the subject or the note of an event
in the current planning calendar:
e.g. for the date 14 March 1987
enter the link
your computer then displays the number of years between the entry date and the current date.
The entry parameters for the link: "y
" (year), "m
" (month), "d
Install Day Organizer to all computers which will share a planning calendar.
Create a new planning calendar (for instance "New") intended to be shared via a path
(such as "\\Server\DayOrganizer\") accessible to other users in one Day Organizer application.
At the other computers create a new planning calendar in the
Day Organizer application (for instance "New") under the same name as the
calendar already created in the previous step on a path where the shared planning calendar was created (such as "\\Server\DayOrganizer\").
When saving the new planning calendar you will be prompted if you wish to accept an already existing planning calendar,
select the "Yes" option.
Since that time you can share this planning calendar (for instance "New") at all computers where you executed
settings described in the bullets above.
Since each planning calendar is a MDB database file which contains all filed events,
the backup of planning calendars
is simply storage of copies of these files on a backup media
(hard disk, floppy disk, flash disk, CD, DVD, etc.). The planning calendar restore operation
is the opposite of the backup operation, i.e. you need to copy the MDB files from the backup media (hard disk, floppy disk, flash disk, CD, DVD, etc.)
into the planning calendar path. You will find the path of each planning calendar in the
Change the calendar file path
form and you can change it there, too.