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Win-XP/OL-98 Multiple Calendars?

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My wife want's to keep her work calendar seperate from our home calendar. Is there a way to have two seperate calendars on the same computer???
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I have outlook 2000 right now so right click on ur outlook choose new folder and choose appointment item and name it
whatever u like.Now u will have two calendar folder on ur outlook.Is this what u want to do?
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