➢In contrast to recurring holidays which have a complex structure of rules which applies to both past and future years, One-Time-Dates are a simple list of dates, which usually cannot be forecast, such as the list of trade fairs in a country, or listing of horse races, for example.
Each One-Time-Date is associated with a Date, a Name, an Abbreviation string and a Symbol string (though in the case of One-Time-Dates, these last 2 fields are often used for other information, as is shown in the example above).
The various menu elements are:
•Copy one-time-dates from: opens a dialog to copy one-time-dates from another set (from any holidays set to the currently selected holidays set).
•Import from Excel: opens the import one-time-dates from Excel dialog.
•Export to Excel: opens the export one-time-dates to Excel dialog.
•Batch processing: displays a set of sub-menu items with various command that operate on every one-time-date of the current set, such as changing the text of all one-time-date to lowercase, uppercase, plain (remove italics or bold) of every one-time-date of the current set.
•Abbreviations: displays a dialog with various options to fill all the one-time-dates of the current holidays set with abbreviations.
•Symbols: displays a set of sub-menu items with various options to fill all one-time-dates of the current holidays set with symbols.
•Reset priority level: displays a dialog to reset the priority of every one-time-date of the currently selected holidays set.
•Reset watermark: displays a set of sub-menu items to either turn on or off the watermark setting for every one-time-date of the currently selected holidays set.
If you scroll the grid manually , then the values in the Navigator are automatically updated.
Topic 104025, last updated on 18-Apr-2020