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Microsoft Schedule

If you are looking for Microsoft Schedule, you have come to the right place. We explain what Microsoft Schedule is and point you to the official download.

What is Microsoft Schedule?

Microsoft Schedule used to be a software particularly used for Time Management and was developed by Microsoft. The software was made obsolete as its functionality was eventually incorporated into the e-mailing system Outlook 97.

Prior to its release, the software was intended to be used with Microsoft Mail. Microsoft Schedule was then integrated into Microsoft Exchange and later became an integral part of the Microsoft Office 95 suite. Eventually, the functionality of the software became a feature of Windows Messaging as well as the Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.0. The calendar of Microsoft Outlook and its functionality was the original components of the software. Although Microsoft Schedule was eventually discontinued, its functionality remained intact in other Microsoft Office Suite versions, particularly up to 2003. It was also tested to be incorporated in MS Office 2007 but the conversion was not possible.

Using the original functionality of the Microsoft Schedule software, the user could easily log tasks and events using the ‘Task Scheduler’ option. The user could input the basic tasks and also set the time, date, and day for reminders, automatic prompts, and even invitations to the events set.

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File types supported by Microsoft Schedule

Our users primarily use Microsoft Schedule to open these file types:

About file types supported by Microsoft Schedule

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Last updated: : August 1, 2013