Calendar/Outlook 2007

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In Outlook 2003, I used to be able to type +45 in the date area, and Outlook would calculate 45 days into the future. Example, I have a paper due in 45 days, so I would type +45 over today's date, and the software would calculate the due date for me. I've not been able to find out how to do that in version 2007. Is anyone able to help me?
ASKED: April 14, 2009  7:36 PM
UPDATED: April 14, 2009  8:30 PM

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Nevermind, I apologize. I had a senior moment (early in life). Thank you.

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OK, lol. But I do have the answer anyway if anyone else is wondering. Type “45d” (without the quotes of course) in the start time field, then hit your tab key and it will calculate this for you.
~ technochic

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