Mimic your schedule's "add recurring events" in Listing and Closing plans

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If you have added a recurring event to your calendar, you will have noticed how easy it was to schedule something to repeat multiple times from a start date.  Unfortunately, when writing Listing and Closing plans, the start date and the calendar date are not linked until the Listing Date or Closing Date have been determined.  Therefore, since everything hinges on either the Listing Date or Closing Date, we schedule events either XXX number of days from those dates, or XXX number of days from a required preceeding activity.     Should you desire to put a repeating activity into either your Listing or Closing plan, may I suggest that you use the Windows clipboard to copy the description, and repetitively use the Enter Next button to add instances of your task.  Just paste the description from the clipboard, determine whether the start date is XXX number of days from either the Listing Date/Closing Date, or XXX number of days from the previous linked event.  In either case, you quickly build your plan with multiple instances of your task, all appropriately based on the start date of your plan.
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Hi Dwight, very interesting.  Welcome to Active Rain!
Aug 01, 2007 04:09 PM #1
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