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Outlook 2010: How to set recurrent alarm during begin and end times


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#1 avz10

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 05:02 AM

I have now set all my birthdays in calendar in Outlook 2010. The start and end date is the same. The times for that day starts at 09h00 and ends 21h00.

I want the alarm to go off at 18h00 hours, but do not know if it is possible.

The times that are available in Outlook ends at 0 minutes i.e. if I set it, the alarm will go off at 09h00.

Thanks

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 05:56 AM

I have now set all my birthdays in calendar in Outlook 2010. The start and end date is the same. The times for that day starts at 09h00 and ends 21h00.

I want the alarm to go off at 18h00 hours, but do not know if it is possible.

The times that are available in Outlook ends at 0 minutes i.e. if I set it, the alarm will go off at 09h00.

Thanks


540minutes=9hrs
9am+9hrs=18:00hrs

If set to 0 it goes off at 09:00hrs...then if you set it to 540 it should go off at 18:00hrs
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