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        TopToadOne
        AskWoody Plus
        Direct me where this has already been answered, if it has.
        Been using Win10 Calendar and it is good but i run into some odd problems.   Would like to switch to AnyTime organizer but it does not import direct from Win10 Cal.   They (AnyTime) say i need to change Win10 Cal to a .csv format using some other program, then migrate to AnyTime.   Can you tell me how to do that . . . like what “third” program i need to use ?    Thank you       scc
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        Paul T
        AskWoody MVP

        Why can’t AnyTime tell you?
        Maybe that is not the app to use if they don’t know.

        cheers, Paul

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        PKCano
        Da Boss

        You can export .CSV to MS Office Excel, Libre Office Calc, or any other spreadsheet software that reads .csv (comma separated value) format.

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        access-mdb
        AskWoody MVP

        Import & Export

        • Import data seamlessly from Microsoft® Outlook, Sidekick®, Lotus Organizer®, Day-Timer Organizer®, previous versions of AnyTime, and other organizers
        • Import addresses, phone numbers, and contacts

        At $39.99 they say seamlessly – I would ask them how it can be seamlessly. I’m with Paul on this one. However to export your calendar as a csv, go to File,  Open & Export, Import/export, export to a file, csv, select calendar, then choose your destination. There are a couple of caveats though (recurring appointments being one it seems).

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