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Adding holidays to OUtlook 2002

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Adding holidays to OUtlook 2002

cleverschoolers
I found old posts detailing how to add holidays to Outlook 2002 and went to the Microsoft site, followed the instructions - but no new holidays appear. Can someone walk me through it again...and type....really....slow? :) Thanks!
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    LMD2222

    I'm having the same issue - did you ever get any responses?

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    Here you go, and make sure you print it out so that you read over it s.l.o.w.l.y. Not tooo fast for you?. :)

    SUMMARY
    Microsoft has released an update for Microsoft Outlook 2002. This article describes information about the issues that you may experience while you install the update or after the update is installed, how to obtain the update, and how to determine whether the update is installed.


    INTRODUCTION
    This article describes the following updates:
    Microsoft Outlook 2002.
    This update provides holidays for the Outlook 2002 calendar for the year 2006 through the year 2012.
    Microsoft Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack
    This update provides holidays for the Microsoft Outlook 2002 calendar for the year 2006 through the year 2012 when Outlook 2002 is used with a Multilingual User Interface Pack installed.


    MORE INFORMATION
    Known issues
    Known issues that may occur during the installation of the update
    If you have edited your holiday file, this update will not replace your holiday file even if the update is successfully installed. Therefore, to obtain the updated holiday file that is provided in update 910619, you must rename your existing holiday file before you install the update.
    Known issues that may occur after the update is installed
    ? If you renamed your old holiday file before you installed update 910619, the changes that you made to your old holiday file will not be available in the new holiday file. You must modify the new file and add your custom changes to it so that the changes will appear in the new holiday file.
    ? If you install update 910619 and still have no holidays past December 2005, the holiday file on your computer was not updated even though the update was successfully installed. To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
    1. Quit Outlook 2002.
    2. Click Start, click Search, and then click All files and folders.
    3. In the All or part of the file name box, type Outlook.hol.
    4. In the Look in box, click Local Hard Drives.
    5. Click Search.
    6. Right-click the Outlook.hol file, click Rename, type Outlook.old, and then press ENTER.
    7. Start Outlook 2002.
    If you made custom changes to your old holiday file, but you did not rename the holiday file before you installed this update, you may be automatically reverted to the new holiday file and lose your custom changes if the following conditions are true:
    ? Your old holiday file becomes corrupted.
    ? You perform a detect-and-repair operation in Outlook 2002.


    Installation details
    How to obtain and install the update
    The installation instructions and deployment strategies for Outlook 2002 are located at the Microsoft Download Center. To obtain this update, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=EA8DF27B-3130-47AA-AB09-E99F4BE721A5 (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=EA8DF27B-3130-47AA-AB09-E99F4BE721A5)
    The installation instructions and deployment strategies for Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack are located at the Microsoft Download Center. To obtain this update, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=A1FF4E10-EF88-4E5E-B54E-FF70B82E5A20&displaylang=en (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=A1FF4E10-EF88-4E5E-B54E-FF70B82E5A20&displaylang=en)
    How to determine whether the update is installed
    Update 910619 contains the English version of the file that is listed in the following table.
    File name File version Date Time File size Language
    Outlook.hol Unversioned 10-Jan-2006 13:07 526,698 English (US)
    To determine whether the update is installed on your computer, try to add holidays to your 2006 calendar. If you can successfully add the 2006 holidays to the calendar, the update is installed.

    To add holidays to the calendar in Outlook 2002, use one of the following methods.
    Method 1: If you have never imported holiday calendar records
    1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2. On the Preferences tab, click Calendar Options.
    3. Click Add Holidays.
    4. In the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box, click to select the country check box for the holidays that you want to add. Then, click OK.
    Method 2: If you have previously imported holiday calendar records for years earlier than 2006
    1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2. On the Preferences tab, click Calendar Options.
    3. Click Add Holidays.
    4. In the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box, click to select the country check box for the holidays that you want to add. Then, click OK.

    Note By default, the last holiday country calendar that you imported will be selected. When you choose to import the calendar, you will receive the following warning that indicates that you have already imported the calendar:
    Holidays for <country> are already installed. Do you want to install them again?
    5. Accept the warning, and the import operation will be successful.

    Note If you import the same holiday calendar more than one time, duplicate holiday records will be created in your calendar.
    Information for administrators about .msp files
    Update 910619 consists of a full-file Microsoft Windows Installer file (.msp file) that is packaged in a self-extracting executable file. The following .msp file is distributed for Outlook 2002 in this update:
    Outlhol.msp
    The following .msp file is distributed for Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack in this update:
    OUTHOLINTL.msp
    Features for reinstalling specific components for administrators
    If you update your administrative installation point and then recache and reinstall Outlook 2002 on client computers, you can run a command line that includes the REINSTALL=

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    LMD2222

    I'm having the same issue - did you ever get any responses?

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    0 Votes

    Here you go, and make sure you print it out so that you read over it s.l.o.w.l.y. Not tooo fast for you?. :)

    SUMMARY
    Microsoft has released an update for Microsoft Outlook 2002. This article describes information about the issues that you may experience while you install the update or after the update is installed, how to obtain the update, and how to determine whether the update is installed.


    INTRODUCTION
    This article describes the following updates:
    Microsoft Outlook 2002.
    This update provides holidays for the Outlook 2002 calendar for the year 2006 through the year 2012.
    Microsoft Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack
    This update provides holidays for the Microsoft Outlook 2002 calendar for the year 2006 through the year 2012 when Outlook 2002 is used with a Multilingual User Interface Pack installed.


    MORE INFORMATION
    Known issues
    Known issues that may occur during the installation of the update
    If you have edited your holiday file, this update will not replace your holiday file even if the update is successfully installed. Therefore, to obtain the updated holiday file that is provided in update 910619, you must rename your existing holiday file before you install the update.
    Known issues that may occur after the update is installed
    ? If you renamed your old holiday file before you installed update 910619, the changes that you made to your old holiday file will not be available in the new holiday file. You must modify the new file and add your custom changes to it so that the changes will appear in the new holiday file.
    ? If you install update 910619 and still have no holidays past December 2005, the holiday file on your computer was not updated even though the update was successfully installed. To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
    1. Quit Outlook 2002.
    2. Click Start, click Search, and then click All files and folders.
    3. In the All or part of the file name box, type Outlook.hol.
    4. In the Look in box, click Local Hard Drives.
    5. Click Search.
    6. Right-click the Outlook.hol file, click Rename, type Outlook.old, and then press ENTER.
    7. Start Outlook 2002.
    If you made custom changes to your old holiday file, but you did not rename the holiday file before you installed this update, you may be automatically reverted to the new holiday file and lose your custom changes if the following conditions are true:
    ? Your old holiday file becomes corrupted.
    ? You perform a detect-and-repair operation in Outlook 2002.


    Installation details
    How to obtain and install the update
    The installation instructions and deployment strategies for Outlook 2002 are located at the Microsoft Download Center. To obtain this update, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=EA8DF27B-3130-47AA-AB09-E99F4BE721A5 (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=EA8DF27B-3130-47AA-AB09-E99F4BE721A5)
    The installation instructions and deployment strategies for Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack are located at the Microsoft Download Center. To obtain this update, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=A1FF4E10-EF88-4E5E-B54E-FF70B82E5A20&displaylang=en (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=A1FF4E10-EF88-4E5E-B54E-FF70B82E5A20&displaylang=en)
    How to determine whether the update is installed
    Update 910619 contains the English version of the file that is listed in the following table.
    File name File version Date Time File size Language
    Outlook.hol Unversioned 10-Jan-2006 13:07 526,698 English (US)
    To determine whether the update is installed on your computer, try to add holidays to your 2006 calendar. If you can successfully add the 2006 holidays to the calendar, the update is installed.

    To add holidays to the calendar in Outlook 2002, use one of the following methods.
    Method 1: If you have never imported holiday calendar records
    1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2. On the Preferences tab, click Calendar Options.
    3. Click Add Holidays.
    4. In the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box, click to select the country check box for the holidays that you want to add. Then, click OK.
    Method 2: If you have previously imported holiday calendar records for years earlier than 2006
    1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2. On the Preferences tab, click Calendar Options.
    3. Click Add Holidays.
    4. In the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box, click to select the country check box for the holidays that you want to add. Then, click OK.

    Note By default, the last holiday country calendar that you imported will be selected. When you choose to import the calendar, you will receive the following warning that indicates that you have already imported the calendar:
    Holidays for <country> are already installed. Do you want to install them again?
    5. Accept the warning, and the import operation will be successful.

    Note If you import the same holiday calendar more than one time, duplicate holiday records will be created in your calendar.
    Information for administrators about .msp files
    Update 910619 consists of a full-file Microsoft Windows Installer file (.msp file) that is packaged in a self-extracting executable file. The following .msp file is distributed for Outlook 2002 in this update:
    Outlhol.msp
    The following .msp file is distributed for Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack in this update:
    OUTHOLINTL.msp
    Features for reinstalling specific components for administrators
    If you update your administrative installation point and then recache and reinstall Outlook 2002 on client computers, you can run a command line that includes the REINSTALL=