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How do I get the calendar and the task window to show up together in outlook? I am running Exchange server 2003 and I have a calendar setup as a public folder. The user wants to see the calendar and the tasks next to it by default when he opens it. The Office package is Office XP Standard.
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emerson625,

Are you having problems with all users or just one?

The tasks should be shown next to the Calendar as default.  

You can resize the task and calendar windows by dragging the divider line between them.  It may be that the task list split has been resized to the edge of Outlook, in which case you wouldn't see it.  Move your mouse to the edge of the window and see if the cursor changes.

By default, the Monthly view has the task list hidden to the right and all other views have the task list showing.

Hope this helps.
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