Monday, 6 August 2007

Put RWC dates in your Outlook calendar

Rugby fans, rugby widows and people who want to know which afternoons in September and October they can drink in public quietly (and when they should perhaps stay home) should head immediately to Michael Gregg's blog and download a file of the entire Rugby World Cup schedule for your Microsoft Outlook calendar. As the man says, "This may be the most important download you undertake this year." Instructions:
1. Download the worldcup.hol file from Michael's blog and double click.
2. Click "open."
3. Click the box next to the title "Rugby World Cup."
4. Click "ok."

And that's it. All the dates and times for ALL the rugby world cup games will now be in your calendar. Magic.


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