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    calendar application that can import vcalendar files (.VCS) ?

    Is there any current application (desktop or cloud) into which I can import the vcalendar files (.VCS) from the calendar in Microsoft Works 7.0 (2002)? Google calendar can't import it correctly.

    Please let me know if this is not the right forum to be posting this in.

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    Ellen

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    You might check Microsoft Answers as to Outlook.com being able to do that. I used to download the Seahawks' schedule into Outlook. I no longer use Outlook, and am using Outlook.com instead. I did have a few problems, but it all imported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decibelle View Post
    Is there any current application (desktop or cloud) into which I can import the vcalendar files (.VCS) from the calendar in Microsoft Works 7.0 (2002)? Google calendar can't import it correctly.

    Please let me know if this is not the right forum to be posting this in.

    Thanks,
    Ellen
    I use a program called VueMinder Pro (www.vueminder.com) as my main calendar program and its help file says it can import .vcs files.

    It's a great calendar program in its own right. It's not free - you can try it for 30 days, I believe. One license covers all systems in your household. It will sync to Google Calendar.

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    Thanks! I've installed the trial version and it seems great.

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