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Open the Microsoft Works Calendar application, then select the calendar’s tab in the right pane. 2. Click the “File” menu. Maybe this way the file would be opened? When I try to get the properties of my shortcut, it says that the target location is: “C:\Program Files\Common Files\.


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Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 7 Search Community member. Hello I have upgraded to Window 7, and I thought that I have the backup from everything, now I am missing my Calendar, and as Windows 7 does not have an application like Vista, I wonder how to retrieve my info from my calendar?

I have used the “Windows Easy Transfer” plus to all the other back ups that I have had before. Now, when I try to open my previous Calendar from Vista, it is not opened here, I checked it on a Vista PC, it was not opening there too. I have realized that I don’t have the real file and it is only a shortcut which is 2kB!

But I have the easy transfer data, my question is that would that help? If I transfer all those data by easy transfer to my new windows 7? Or any other Vista PC? I have really critical info on there, and I checked the copy before erasing, and it was working fine: Please help me, how can I retrieve my info? Would Easy transfer retrieve Calendar info as well? Thanks Jazz.

This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. In reply to deleted message. I did this scanning and it didn’t find anything.

Would transferring the data by “Windows Easy Transfer” help to find the file? Becasue I have them, they are just so big 90GB that I hesitate to have them back to my PC, and more importantly, if I get them back by easy transfer, would they merge to the existing files and OS, or they would be copied simply as the old windows somewhere?

Can I install the Works 8 on Windows 7? Maybe this way the file would be opened? Please help me I am really stuck and I need those info out of my Calendar! How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. John M C. In reply to Jazz’s post on January 26, I have the same problem. I moved to Windows 7, and the Works Calendar file did not transfer.

So, I went back to the old computer and exported. No joy I don’t understand, except I’m really unimpressed so far in general with Windows 7, and especially the Toshiba version of it. I guess I can try to convert to an Outlook Calendar, but I shouldn’t have to. The Easy Transfer should have transferred not just the calendar program, but also the calendar. Screwed by Microsoft again. In reply to John M C’s post on February 20, I did try to import the same “unreadable” calendar. So much for the Works Calendar reading it’s own file.

I don’t know if you still have your old calendar on any format, but if you do, try converting to Outlook. Maybe after it’s in Outlook, you can move it back to Works Calendar I’m just staying where I am, although I did like Works Calendar better.

Thank you John M C. It’s frustrating when something works just right Microsft has to break it. I used outlook before Works, got works bundled with new computer and never looked back in years. Checked live essentials this AM and it doesn’t look good along with not importing, thought i had a rough time manually entering years worth of data ; Now with your post i will start looking to purchase outlook again–thanks you saved me much time and frustration.

Outlook sucks, but sucks less than live essentials! This site in other languages x.


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