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Schedule+ Version 7.5 Year 2000 Update

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In Microsoft Schedule+ for Windows, versions 7.5 if you type a two-digit date in a four-digit date field, Schedule+ assumes that the date is in the twentieth century (1900) rather than parsing it using the range 1980 to 2079.

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File Name:
Sp75y2k.exe
Download Size:
711 KB
MD5:
E402F7C0861E13A8521AA6CE299292F6
Release Date:
29/04/1999
Language:
English (United States)
Popularity:
163
Number of Downloads:
528
Added By:
C:Amie on 20/07/2009 12:01:47 PM

Overview:

CAUSE
This problem occurs if the following conditions are true:

You set the Short Date format for Windows (under Regional Settings in Control Panel) to use a four-digit year (such as mm/dd/yyyy). -and-

In Schedule+, you type a two-digit year in any four-digit date field.

NOTE: This problem applies only if the Short Date format specifies a four-digit year. When the Short Date format uses a two-digit year, the Schedule+ date field allows only two digits, and the date is parsed correctly.

RESOLUTION
A supported fix is available to correct this problem. To obtain the fix, download the file for the version of Schedule+ that you are using. (To verify the version of Schedule+ that you are using, click About Schedule+ on the Help menu in Schedule+).

This file contains a Readme file and the Msspc32.dll file, which contains the software code that fixes this problem.

Schedule+ Version 7.5
If you are using Microsoft Schedule+ version 7.5, click the file name to download the file:

~ Sp75y2k.exe (for Microsoft Schedule+ version 7.5 users)

This file contains a Readme file and the Msspc32.dll file, which contains the software code that fixes this problem.

More Information About Downloading Files
For more information about how to download files from the Microsoft Software Library, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

Q119591 How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
Extracting the File After You've Downloaded It
To install the Msspc32.dll file, in Microsoft Explorer, double-click the Sp7y2k.exe, Sp7ay2k.exe, or Sp75y2k.exe file to extract the file. You should see the Msspc32.dll and Readme.txt files in the folder to which you downloaded the .exe file. (You may need to click Refresh on the View menu to see these files.) Double-click the Readme.txt file to read or print the instructions for installing Msspc32.dll.

System Requirements:

Schedule+ 7.5

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