Works Calendar

  IdiotUser 11:17 12 Jul 08

I saw an article on how to get the Works Calendar to open at start-up.

I have Works 2000 (yeah, old, I know!) and, if I go to Programs/All, and right-click on the Works program, that provides only a shortcut to Works, from where I then have to open the Calendar manually. This is not a lot of good if one is expecting Reminders etc.

I've tried right-clicking within Works, but the only option I get from that is 'delete'!

Is there a way to get this Calendar to be available on the desktop?

  Ditch999 15:03 12 Jul 08

Go to
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Works\WksCal.exe
and right click on it and select Create Shortcut.
When this shortcut has been created right click on it and select Cut. Then go to
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
and paste it in to that folder. The Works Calendar should now start everytime Windows starts.

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