I read the 2012 tutorial from Brandy redux, but unfortunately it doesn't cover my case.
I have a number of calendar files, from Calendar Creator Plus, with the suffix .cal. The files carry various dates between 1991 and January 21, 2000, and are stored in a folder named CC4, if this helps in identifying the version of the program. Trying to open them in Calendar Creator 12.2 (Windows 10) using the .CAL (DOS) option results in the error message "Unexpected file format". Is there a way of converting these files into CCE or or even BCC? All suggestions gratefully received!
You've done exactly what I'd have recommended. I don't have, and never did have, Calendar Creator Plus, and so never had to convert files myself. I'm assuming that you no longer have CC Plus, and are not in the position to export the files to .CSV.
I'll suggest contacting Technical Support to see if they can offer advice, or tell us if the old instructions for opening files in the newest version of Calendar Creator no longer apply.
Perhaps someone who reads the forums and has done this successfully will respond.
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