Saturday, September 5, 2009 Tips and Tricks - Specifying a date range does a great job helping you figure out when to plan your events. But what about events that can only occur within a specific window of time? For instance, a monthly book club meeting or getting your remote sales team together to discuss results before a quarterly presentation to management.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could specify a specific date range so your guests are not filling out dates in October for your September book club meeting? Well you can. While selecting your dates on the calendar (Step 3), click the check box labeled: "Only select dates between".

It is located here (scroll past photo for remainder of article):

Be sure to specify a beginning and ending date, like this:

In our example, guests will only be able to select dates between today and the end of September. This way we can plan our September event much easier and ensure that our guests do not waste time filling out dates outside of the necessary date range!

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