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    New Lounger
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    Dec 2002
    Dallas, Texas, USA
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    Appointment list--and McAfee hassle (2002 )

    I have some recurring appointments, which I have tagged with categories. I would like to print out a list of the appointments by category. Apparently the only list I can get is of the set-up (every Thursday). Since sometimes we can't meed on Thursdays because of holidays or other conflicts, I have moved some of the appointments to other days. Thus the need for a list of the appointments so we can agree on them as I set them up, or change them. I know the appointments are visible on my calendar, but I want to print a list of just the appointments with the category flag chosen, without showing any other appointments, as I would if I printed out a calendar.
    (I got this version of Outlook with my iPaq, and I've misplaced the CD so can't install the help file--wish it had been installed at the beginning!)

    Also, every time I start up Outlook, and every time I sync my iPaq, I get a message that it can't find the McAfee virus scanner add-in. I didn't want McAfee on my computer, so I have tried to eliminate it from the hard drive and registry. But I still get that message, and the sync won't run until I check the OK box. It's really a bother, and I'm wondering if there's any place within Outlook that I can tell it I don't use McAfee.


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    5 Star Lounger
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    Oct 2002
    Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
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    Re: Appointment list--and McAfee hassle (2002 )

    You're correct that any of the table views will not show the individual appointments - rather they show the setup.
    You could create a a new custom view in day/month/ format by selecting view > current view > define views and then adding a filter for the category you have set.
    Alternatively, I suspect it is a task for VBA. <img src=/S/bummer.gif border=0 alt=bummer width=15 height=15>
    I assume the McAfee thing is an add-in. Help has this to say

    Add or remove a COM add-in

    On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Other tab.
    Click Advanced Options, and then click COM Add-Ins.
    Do any of the following:
    To enable an add-in, select the check box next to the add-in.
    If the COM add-in you want is not listed, you need to add it to the Add-ins available list. Click Add, click the add-in (.exe or .dll file) you want, and then click OK.

    To disable an add-in, clear the check box next to the add-in.
    To remove an add-in, clear the check box next to the add-in you want to remove, and then click Remove.

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