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Microsoft Works Calendar.

I have just upgraded to a new computer. It has XP Home Edition & Vista Home Premium. The OS is an AMD dual core with a 4200 Asus motherboard. On my old Pentium 4 computer,Alliance, ,in 2003, which had Window 2000, I had a MSworks calendar with lots of information going back to when I had Windows 98, on a previous computer.Having upgraded to 2000 I kept using MSWKScalendar . All stuff was put onto disk as backup before putting XP back on this new one computer. But now when I want to go into Calendar I can't access it. In Set up I get Calendar Notepad. In MSWKScal I have a box that comes up. "Calendar can't find one or more files it needs to run.Run the Calendar setup program again to install the missing files. If the Calendar still doesn't open run the Internet Explorer setup program to install the missing files." Is there any way I can get my Calender to open again.I would like to get all that information and put it onto another calendar. I know that I won't be able to run it on Vista. Thanks a lot Eleanor I hope that I have explained this problem properly

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    I try to use the calender to schedule and it does not go past the sign on, it says error

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I hope you can do a quick update using windows setup CDs or windows update from your browser if you are connected to the internet. Mostly this should solve the issue. If not mail me.

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