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How you transpose "automatically" an excel calendar in Outlook

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Hi,
A department want to build a document in Excel that would have dates in them (received dates shipped dates) and they would like to have that copied over to an Outlook (Exchange 2003) Calendar automatically or with minimal effort
Is there a program (paid or free) that would do that
tx!
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very easy to do and free.

watch this youtube and you will be able to do it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DrODDy_cXg
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I'll try that tx!
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