Where I can get Norton Day Planner software?

March 12, 2011 at 08:42:21
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Does anyone know where I can get the old Norton Day Planner software by Symantec? My boss currently has v1.0 on his old computer and insists I install it on his new computer but I don't have the software. Any help or ideas are greatly appreciated. I am desperate.

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March 15, 2011 at 08:10:12
I think this was a DOS based program. Correct?

You might find it at oldapps or some similar site that still has DOS programs.

So, what you need to look for instead is an application mover. This will move the application without the disks. The choice on which app mover is up to you. I think, if memory serves, the name of one is Laplink, but I have never used it. I think I read or saw it somewhere. :)

I'm still learning everyday.

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April 26, 2011 at 21:24:00
I have also used that software for years and was successful getting it to run on WINDOWS platforms up to winxp (with make compatible) but haven't found a workaround for VISTA or WIN7. And best of all, it worked on my small network allowing another employee to see my schedule or notes. To my knowledge, it was never upgraded and just went away. Was sold as part of Norton's Desktop Utilities on 7 disks.

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July 26, 2011 at 10:32:23
I am still running it on a WinXP laptop. The problem is running it under Windows 7 (I skipped Vista), so if your boss is running Windows 7 you will run into that issue. I have not tried it, but supposedly there is an xp mode that can be installed under Windows 7. DayPlanner is a great, simple, flexible program. It takes several of the Norton Windows Desktop programs to run it as a standalone. Here are the file names: DAYPLAN, DEFAULT.A, DEFAULT.AB, DEFAULT.AT, DEFAULT.P, DEFAULT.PB, DEFAULT.PT, DEFAULT.T, DEFAULT.TB, DEFAULT.TT, DRAGDRP2.DLL, SYMGUI2.DLL, SYMKRNL2.DLL, SYMUTIL2.DLL, TREASURE.DLL
It would great if someone could develop a replacement.

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