It’s still two days until hockey starts but footy is kicking in for 2004 already.
The AFL released the AFL draw for 2004 today, only thing is if you want to get it into Outlook (or whatever) you have to type it yourself.
I don’t think that’s a good idea at all, not in this day in age, so I’ve created a file that will create appointments for each Tiger game in 2004 that you can import directly in to Outlook. Instructions are below (you may have click MORE) and if you don’t have Outlook don’t worry, it’s a Comma Seperated Value (CSV) file so you should be able to get it in to your calendar somehow.
Enjoy. Here is the file : Download Richmond2004.csv. Right click and choose ‘Save Target As’ to download it to your PC.
(And there’s a Doggie’s version too if you want – just ask)
How to get the info in to Outlook :
Save the above file.
Open up Outlook.
Select File and then ‘Import and Export’.
Select ‘Import From Another Programme or File’ and hit Next.
Select ‘Comma Separated Values (Windows)’ and hit Next
Browse to where you saved the file, select and press OK.
Select ?Replace Duplicates With Items Imported? and hit Next.
Select ?Calendar? under ?Select Destination Folder? and hit Next.
Make sure the the ?Import Richmond 2004.csv in to Calendar? box is ticked and press Finish.
There you go, all of the Tigers games for 2004 at your command.
One Reply to “Tiger Outlook 2004”
You are SUCH a computer nerd, Tony.