Outlook 2007 recurrence issue

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Microsoft Outlook 2007
Microsoft Outlook Calendar
I'm working on putting an appointment into my Outlook calendar. This appointment occurs on the 30th of every month. However, I'm told "Some months have fewer than 30 days. For these months, the occurrence will fall on the last day of the month." That's it! There's no suggestion on how to keep this from happening. Not helpful! My appointment does not occur in February! It literally happens on the 30th of each month. How can I fix this?

Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2007, Windows 7
ASKED: February 7, 2013  5:38 PM

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I have had the same issue when setting up tasker’s in Outlook, but normally, it just moves it to the day prior, like the month of Feb.  Why yours is not at least giving you that option, mine does, is a mystery.  Have you tried using F1 and typing in the problem?  It may give you a setting or at least an option so that it changes automatically.  For me, this is a life saver because this is how I remind myself when bills are due and since I started it, I have never been late.

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  • Isa40
    Yes, I've tried using F1 and I can't seem to find anything that covers this situation. It does move it to Feb 28, but I don't want it showing up in Feb because it only happens on the 30th of each month - and not in Feb. Why is this not an option?
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  • TomLiotta
    Why is this not an option?   Most likely because it's too expensive to do the programming, testing and maintenance for an option that might be used by two or three people over the life of the product.   Tom
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