This program launches at startup to remind you about important dates and events.
It opens a dialog with all events that are set to occur within a specified time frame.
Change that time frame by using the edit fields and pop-up menus at the top of the dialog. The default setting displays all events between the past week and the next three months.
Choosing Edit Events opens the database dialog, showing all events in your system. They are sorted chronologically from January 1 to December 31.
You add, remove or edit events by using the buttons at the bottom of the dialog or by using menu commands. If you add or edit an event, you will get to a dialog that lets you specify the name of the event, the day and month of the event and the frequency of the event.
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