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How do I move iCal into Office 2007 for PC


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I need to know how to move my iCal database into Office 07. I have the slightest clue of how. I had been doing some research and it seems it is either very difficult or impossible. Is their a program that can do it? I run Office 07 using VMWare and BootCamp. Please help!

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When you say moving it into Office 07 do you mean Outlook?

If so why not get a MobileMe trial. It will sync your iCal calendars with Outlook.

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I was so tired last night I didn't notice that I said Office but yes I meant Outlook. I actually have a MobileMe account.I didn't know it could sync with Outlook. Could you explain to me how?

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log into me.com then go to your account seetings. Scroll down the page on the right-hand side there's a windows contro, panel download.

Download and install the control panel. It will let you configure what syncs and what doesn't.

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Thanks!! I never noticed that was there!
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Okay now I have a issue. When I sync with MobileMe using Outlook my existing calendar in MobileMe is not added. Even though I have the settings set to add the calendar from MobileMe to my computer it does not add. Instead it adds a new calendar and only adds new things I add to either. My calendar in Outlook is a blank one because I just want to add my entire calendar from MobileMe to sync with my Blackberry. I had been using PocketMac but it keeps screwing up my calendar so I just want to start from scratch using Desktop Manager (hence the reason I need Outlook). Do you know a way to fix the sync issue with MobileMe?

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