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    Date & Time Stamp

    In Microsoft Word, by pressing Alt + Shift + D you get the
    date, and the T will give the time. Alt + Shift + T
    This will not work on Outlook, In the Task Manager, I type a lot of notes starting with the date Example : 02/21/01
    Is there a quick way, or could someone write a tool bar selection, ( I have looked ) in VB for the DATE, Time, or both, this would really be a time saver for me. I do not know if a Macro could be written for this, and I do not know if you can do a macro on Outlook ??? I know there are some really sharp people out there, but could you get someone to something this easy ? I gusee it would be easy for someone in the Know.... Richard
    R.J.B. Phillips III
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    Re: Date & Time Stamp

    you need ot create a custom form. i think there is one at date stamp

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    Re: Date & Time Stamp

    I am not a VB person at all, and not sure if you would want to do this, but if you set Word as your Email editor your time/date insert works.

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