Put Day of Year into Outlook Calendar

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Chri3sss

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Outlook 2019 64-bit
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Hi,

I'd like my Outlook O365 calendar to show the day number of the year for each day (e.g. today is 2/6/2020 so show "37 of 366" -as this is leap year) which is not a native function in Outlook.

I figured out the VBA code to calculate this. How can I get the results to show up for each day? Maybe a macro to insert a "not busy" appointment at 7:00 AM each day with the day number as the subject line?

Thanks,
Chris

In case anyone is interested the code is:

Sub DayOfYrCt()

Dim intDayNmbr As Integer
Dim dt As Date: dt = Date
intDayNmbr = DateDiff("d", CDate("1/1/" & Year(dt)), dt) + 1

Dim LongDaysInYr As Long
LongDaysInYr = 365 - (Year(dt) Mod 4 = 0) + (Year(dt) Mod 100 = 0) - (Year(dt) Mod 400 = 0)

'Debug.Print intDayNmbr; "of"; LongDaysInYr

End Sub
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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You need to either add an all day /not busy or insert it at a specific time.

This would be the subject - intDayNmbr; "of"; LongDaysInYr

and you need to loop through each day in the year.


Or... I have a HOL file that does this already. It create an all day event (because it uses the Holiday function.)
 
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