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Old February 3rd 14, 09:59 PM
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I need to find a way to facilitate information between a spreadsheet in excel and information in Outlook Diary.

My aim is to centralise information between the two programs in some sort of program or link, so that information can be shared between the two efficiently.

Can I have some insight into how this might be done?

Many thanks!

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Old March 3rd 14, 04:19 PM
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Perhaps I used the term wrong - I meant to say Outlook Calendar.

I understand that a one-way sync between the two may be impossible, as various online threads have suggested, but there must be a way to, or a program which can facilitate coherency between the two?

Is inserting a command button via rows the only way?

I am currently investigating options with:

Chart Objects
Exchange Server
VBA
Automation
Macro

But if anyone has any insight, it would be utterly appreciated.


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