Quote: Originally Posted by Jutta
Thank you again Poppa Bear,
I have been successful to create the .XML File, and "Import Task" into the New Folder renamed WindowsCalendar, in Task Scheduler, as per instructions for Win 7, but am still unable to open the Calendar in Windows Mail when clicking on Icon?
After repeated Attempts, and rebooting, still no Luck,
Any further Help greatly appreciated,
Once the Windows Calendar folder is installed in the correct program files folder
, all that's needed to open WinCal in the Windows Mail program is to run WinCalEdit.zip
. Once the zip file is saved to desktop, extract the WinCalEdit file onto your desktop and click it to run. Then click "Yes" to modify the registry.
The only other thing that could stop it is if you have the Windows Calendar
folder in the wrong set of progrram files. In a 64bit installation of Windows 7 you need to install the 64bit Windows Calendar
folder into the normal Program Files
, NOT the 32bit Program Files(x86)
All I can really suggest is to:
- Make sure you've got the 64bit Windows Calendar folder in the correct program files.
- Open the Windows Calendar folder in Program files and click WinCal file just to make sure Windows Calendar is working.
- Run WinCalEdit.zip file again.
- Reboot and see if it works.
Hope this helps. PB