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Bulk Edit the Due Date for Multiple Task Items

In this sample we move the due date for several task items at one go.

Last modified: 2013/07/23 | Accessed: 21.623  | #99
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This example moves the due date of all selected task items by four weeks. More precisely, we move by 4*7=28 days in order to preserve the original weekday.


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Public Sub MoveTaskDueDates()
  Dim Exp As Outlook.Explorer
  Dim Sel As Outlook.Selection
  Dim Task As Outlook.TaskItem

  Set Exp = Application.ActiveExplorer
  Set Sel = Exp.Selection
  If Sel.Count Then
    For Each Task In Sel
      Task.DueDate = DateAdd("d", 28, Task.DueDate)
      Task.Save
    Next
  End If
End Sub
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