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In the calendar view, I'm trying to view the three months in the top right hand corner, and its gone which I want to get back... Any ideas?
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Hi stephen_constantine,

Are you talking about the Navigation Pane?

You can turn that on and off in the View menu > Navigation Pane

If that doesn't help, can you please post what version of Outlook you're using?
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Hi - thanks for the "A".  Glad I could help :-)
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