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Is it possible to simultaneously drag & drop multiple calendar events in MS Outlook 2007?  
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Hi

I though I'd test it first.  I am able to select multiple items.  Now, give me an idea where you'd like to drag & drop them to.

Let me know.
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The following image shows a maroon event ("Over AD Hiring Web Developer") that took one hour longer than expected.  I scheduled four orange events below the maroon event that each must start one hour later.  I've selected all 4 events.  How do I simultaneously move all 4 items down 1 hour?
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uucknaaa earned 350 total points
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Well,

When I made the copy, it "copied" the calendar event all right, but retained the original date and time.  What I think you are asking, is if you can copy an event to a different time.  I don't know if you can do that in native Outlook.

Here's a link to some tools that has a function that will do what you want:

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar.asp

Check it out and let me know if it'll satisfy your needs.
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Thanks!
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