I am looking for assistance in creating a new family birthday calendar with this new Calendar Creator program. I used to use an old version of this program to create a birthday list for my family. I have been successful in importing the old birthday file into the new calendar creator program. Now I can not add new birthdays to the file. I am able to create new events using the Add Event or clicking on the circle to add events. The event is created but it does not show up on the calendar with you view it. I am not sure what I am doing that is preventing the new events from displaying on the new calendar.
I am now having an issue with opening up an "old" version of the program. I had a collection (yearly calendar and event list, birthdays) in a .CC3 file. The program would not read the event list. I was able to open the calendar file. I tried entering some new events (birthdays) and they are shown on the event list but will not transfer over to the calendar. I am unable to display the additional events on the calendar. I have tried entering these events using the calendar method and adding event method but I have not been successful. I need your assistance with this issue.
I also tried just creating a new yearly calendar and importing the events from a .csv file creating by Calendar Creator. The events are imported but they do not show up on the calendar. There seems to be a disconnect between the calendar and events. I also tried to save these as a new collection but did not succeed. Help!
I've moved your post to the correct forum. The Calendar Creator 2016 forum is for a program that is no longer sold. CC Export/Import would be a good choice for your question.
You should be able to open your CC3 calendar in version 12.2, and then save it as a .bcc file. Please review this pinned message and see that you've tried what's suggested here: http://forums.encoreusa.com/fb.asp?m=37205
A couple of questions: Do you have CC3 installed to confirm that you can open and save calendars with it? Was the .csv exported file created a long time ago, or recently (even though this shouldn't make a difference)?
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