Sometimes within Windows programs do not "load up" properly. Are you indicating that when you double-click the CC icon nothing happens? If so, go to your Task Manager and look under the Processes tab. Look for CC or Calendar that is running. Right click this entry under the Image Name Column and select End Process.
Good suggestions here. The first thing I recommend doing is to copy your calendar files to a safe location. These are normally *.bcc files stored in your documents folder, e.g., C:\Users\username\Documents\
When I have unexplained problems, they are sometimes resolved by shutting down the computer and restarting. Another option, provided you have the original disc, is to uninstall the program and reinstall it.
You can consider updating to the current version of Calendar Creator, which should allow you to use CC9 calendars you've created. I assume you'd still need to clean out the install of CC9 before a new CC12.1 installation, but that's better left to the tech people.
Please don't forget to answer the questions asked by the previous responders.
CC last worked about a week ago. I opened the task manager and deleted CC from processes as you suggest---no change in results. The only thing displayed was an advisory for user account control which happens every time I open any program. It disappears when clicked, then reverts to a black screen
I am looking for assistance please. I have CC9.0 Deluxe and running Windows7. I would like to upgrade my OS, but CC9 will not be supported. I can download the latest CC, but I have no idea what my data files are, where they are on the harddrive, how to export or how to import. Needless to say, very basic computer knowledge. I have over 700 personal entries in the CC9 that I do not want to lose. Can someone please assist? Thank you.
In Windows 7, the calendar .bcc files would by default be stored to: C:\Users\username\Documents\
In any case, you'll want to copy your .bcc files to another computer or external drives.
As long as Calendar Creator 9 is operating under Windows 7, you should export all your data, i.e., events, and contacts (if used), to .csv files. I haven't used CC9, and can't tell you the export process, but it should be accessible via the menu.
If by any chance you have Calendar Creator 12.1, it will run under current operating systems, and should be able to open a .bcc file using the instructions in the linked post above. The latest Calendar Creator release cannot open .bcc files, but should be able to import .csv exported data.
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