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Export Outlook Calendar to Excel

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Is there a way to export a calendar from outlook to excel using VBA and have it take the "categories" that are color coded with the export? I want to be able to export all the meetings on a calendar into excel but have it take the categories and color codes that go along with it and also be able to computer the total duration of the meetings on the calendar as well. Can this be done in VBA where you can just run a macro in outlook and have it dump all this into excel?
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In O'2010 - there are two ways to get to the same place
Method 1 --> File --> Open --> Import (opens import/export wizard)
Method 2 --> File --> Options --> Advanced --> Export (opens import/export wizard)
Once there - simply follow the screens accordingly. When the MAP CUSTOM FIELDS button appears, you may want to check all the fields that will exported in the event that you don't want them all.
 
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