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Outlook-Web Publishing Wizard

By LF King ·
I'm ready to take my MOUS certification test on Outlook. When reviewing the criteria under calendar it asks to save a personal or team calendar as a web page.
I run Outlook 2000 and Windows 2000 when I select File, Save as Web page I get a pop up that states the Web Publishing Wizard has to be installed.
Does anyone know where I can get this.
The only one I've found states it is only usuable with WIndows 95 or NT 4.
I installed it and it doesn't run obviously.

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by DKlippert In reply to Outlook-Web Publishing Wi ...

For a link to the location to download the Web Publishing Wizard, go to:

http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/olpubcal.htm

(No spaces in the URL)

Here's the MS article. Type the Q number in the search box at technet.microsoft.com

Save as Web Page Feature Requires Web Publishing Wizard

Q256930

Doug Klippert Microsoft Office User Specialist - Master Instructor Office 2000

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by donmars In reply to Outlook-Web Publishing Wi ...

have you tried going to settings> control manager> add/remove software applet, add windows components and locate an install for it there? You will need your win2000 cd. You should also try a search of your win2000 cd using "web publisher" in the find files or folders box. I know this program is on the Win98 SE cd.

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