1/8/2005

Tip: Create a second calendar in Outlook

Filed under: — Aviran Mordo

Some Outlook users find that cramming both their business and personal schedules into one calendar isn’t very convenient.

Creating a second calendar is extremely easy. Go to File | New | Folder, and designate that the new folder will contain Calendar Items. You can then place this calendar as a subfolder of almost any other folder, although making it a subfolder of the main calendar is probably your best bet.

After creating a second calendar, there are probably a number of personal appointments on the existing calendar that you don’t want to re-create. Here are two simple ways to move items from one folder to the other.

  • Drag and drop the items. If there are a large number of items, create a table view of the “old” calendar, and set up a filter that displays only the appointments you want to move. Select those appointments, and then drag and drop them to the new calendar.
  • Go to View | Folder List, right-click the calendar, select Copy Calendar, and select the new calendar as the destination folder. This will copy all of the items from the old calendar to the new one. (This means that you may end up with a lot more items than you actually want.)

G4techTV Crowns Best Of CES

Filed under: — Aviran Mordo

G4techTV unveiled the winners of the fifth annual “Best of CES” Awards at the 2005 International CES. Three finalists and one winner in twelve separate categories were hand-picked from the more than 2,400 companies exhibiting at the show, and one lucky product was named “Best of Show.” The 2005 International CES, which takes place January 6-9, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the world’s largest annual consumer electronics trade show.

An established panel of judges including editors and contributors from Maxim, FHM, Stuff, Vibe, Men’s Health, PC World, Sync Magazine and IGN along with G4techTV product experts chose the winners from more than 5,000 new products making their debut at the 2005 International CES. The competition was only open to those products that were on the CES show floor.

And the winner of Best of CES: Best of Show is - YSP-1 Digital Sound Projector by Yamaha Electronics Corp.

YSP-1
YSP-1 Digital Sound Projector (Source)

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