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Automatic reccurance anytime i set up an appointment in my calander & then access it again to make changes, a reccurance is automatically made for that appointment every week on the same day & time. has anyone else seen this?

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  • Phillyburgh Jan 01, 2008

    Hi, I have this same problem. There is no option to set the recurrence
    value to none just daily, weekly, monthly and yearly. Weekly is ticked
    be default. There is an option to remove the recurrence, The problem is
    exactly like chief 10 said. When I go to access an appointment that
    does not recur after I close it it has an automatic recurrence every
    Thursday. Sometimes I'll open it again remove recurrence and it still
    recurs!!!! It's really irritating, not least because I sync with my
    phone and pda and have to keep making adjustments. This only started
    with office 2007. Any Solutions would be more than welcome. Thank You



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Dear CHIEF there is an option in calendar program namely Recurrence. Actually you've set it to weekly thats why you keep on getting alerts. Set Recurrence value to None and you will never get alerts again.

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