Benjamin Gay

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AutoDate is awesome!

AutoDate is awesome!

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I recently discovered the AutoDate feature in Microsoft Outlook. AutoDate allows you to type an English representation of a date (or defined holiday) that Outlook will then convert, to the appropriate date value. To illustrate this typing in the word “Christmas” would be recognized by Outlook and converted to the date value of December the 25th.

My search efforts on finding more information on this feature have unfortunately been less than successful. The most useful link that I found applied to Outlook 2002 (although it works on Outlook 2007) and mentions that the AutoDate feature works for the following:

  • Dates that have been spelled out
    E.g. Second of January
  • Date periods
    E.g. Tomorrow, Next Week, Week and a half, next month, next year
  • Times that been spelled out.
    E.g. eight AM
  • Descriptions of times and dates
    E.g. Midnight, Midday, noon
  •  Names of Holidays that fall on the same date each year
    E.g. Christmas
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