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"no time" events via pDateTool

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  • Richard Klinda
    Hello Peditors! Is it possible to add no time events[1] to the datebook via pDateTool? Footnotes: [1] event that has no beginning nor end time -- ...sutongi
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 27, 2007
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      Hello Peditors!

      Is it possible to add "no time" events[1] to the datebook via pDateTool?

      Footnotes:
      [1] event that has no beginning nor end time

      --
      ...sutongi tti olleh
    • Paul Nevai
      ... Yes. It s in the manual [smiley]. E.g., tap the Length button. Search for the word Length in the manual. It is also in the i-Tip help file. Search
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 1 5:31 AM
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        On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 09:01:48PM +0100, Richard Klinda wrote:
        > Is it possible to add "no time" events[1] to the datebook via pDateTool?
        > Footnotes: [1] event that has no beginning nor end time

        Yes. It's in the manual [smiley]. E.g., tap the "Length" button. Search for
        the word "Length" in the manual. It is also in the "i-Tip" help file. Search
        for the word "Untimed" there.

        All=my=best, Paul
      • Richard Klinda
        ... Aieee, thanks! -- ...sutongi tti olleh
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 1 2:19 PM
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          >>>>> Regarding 'Re: "no time" events via pDateTool'; Paul Nevai adds:


          > On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 09:01:48PM +0100, Richard Klinda wrote:
          >> Is it possible to add "no time" events[1] to the datebook via
          >> pDateTool? Footnotes: [1] event that has no beginning nor end time

          > Yes. It's in the manual [smiley]. [...]

          Aieee, thanks!

          --
          ...sutongi tti olleh
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