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New User Question 3 Years ago  
I like this calendar, it is showing a red circle around todays date and displays related ToDo: and Events: below (for today). It would seem that I could click on tomorrows date and the red circle would move there, and the ToDo and Events would display as if the actual date was tomorrow. How can I display the ToDo and events for some other date, previous or in the future. I know I am missing some very simple concept. I have read all the documents I can find, wondering if there is some document other than the online help. tia.
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#16317
Re: New User Question 3 Years ago  
There is no such concept in Rainlendar as selected day. By defaut the event list shows the events for the next 7 days and the to do list shows all tasks which are not completed or don't have start date in the future.
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Re:New User Question 2 Years, 11 Months ago  
The usual way to do it is to right-click or double-click a day, then you can see all events there (and edit them). You'll also notice icons for a day's events appear in the calendar, so you know where they are.

If you want to-do items to show up in the calendar too (so you can see where they are and click to edit them), go to Options -> Advanced, then enable "Show to-do items in calendar". This should allow you to do everything you want
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