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The Wiz
post May 17 2017, 08:45 AM

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Hi, folks...
I stumbled on this solution from 2007 and this gave me just what I was looking for. To add 2017 calendar appointments, I had to change the PatternStartDate and PatternEndDate to increase the date range (otherwise, it moved my 2017 appointments into 2003).
Instead of weekly recurrence though, I'm looking for annual/yearly recurrence for events such as tax day, renewal applications due, etc.
I changed the VBA code lines to:
" .RecurrenceType = olRecursYearly " ...
" 'Once per Year "
but that did not work. In the mean time, I can get the appointments in Outlook and edit the recurrence from there. Just an extra step I'd like to get rid of. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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post May 17 2017, 10:38 AM

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Welcome to UtterAccess!

Maybe you could try using this instead...

.RecurrenceType = 5

...just to see if it makes any difference.

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post May 17 2017, 11:21 AM

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Are you using Early or Late binding?
Does your code compile without any errors?
Could you post your complete procedure?

If it can help you in any way feel free to review my procedure at https://www.devhut.net/2017/01/15/VBA-add-a...tlook-calendar/ but I do not have a reoccurance in it.

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