Celtics 2012-2013 Downloadable Schedule
Take the Celtics with you and always know when and where they play! If you use Microsoft Outlook, you can import the entire 2012-13 Celtics schedule into your calendar in moments... then sync to your handheld device!
This download works with Palm, PocketPC, WinCE, Blackberry or other handheld devices that are capable of synchronizing data with Microsoft Outlook. (Please note: this download cannot be imported to Palm Desktop PIM. It works with Microsoft Outlook only.)
Note: For Macs, iPhones and iPads, download (or subscribe to) the following iCal file:
Celtics iCal Schedule
For all devices that operate with Microsoft Outlook, please follow these instructions:
Download the 2012-2013 Boston Celtics Schedule Now
(Right click and choose "SAVE TARGET AS")
To get the Celtics schedule onto your Palm or Handheld device, you first need to import the data into your calendar application on the computer which you synchronize to your device.
For Microsoft Outlook:
- Select FILE --> IMPORT AND EXPORT...
- Select "Import from another program or file" and click Next.
- Select "Comma Separated Values (Windows)" and click Next.
- Find the "2010-11schedule.csv" file you just downloaded and select "Do not import duplicate items" and click Next.
- Select Calendar and click Next.
- The next window will have a title that says 'The following actions will be performed:' above an option to 'Import "2012-13schedule.csv" into folder: Calendar.'
- Check that box and and click on 'Import "2012-13schedule.csv" into folder: Calendar'
- From there, if necessary, click and drag needed fields from the left window into the right window. It is fairly self-explanatory, but the basic corresponding fields are below:
SUBJECT to Subject START_DATE to Start Date START_TIME to Start Time END_TIME to End Time DESCRIPTION to Description LOCATION to Location
- And if you'd like Outlook to place a reminder: REMINDER_ON_OFF to Reminder On/Off
- Click "OK"
- Click "Finish"
Synchronize your Blackberry or handheld device to your computer.