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Viewing All Day Events

Posted on 2004-09-21
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If anyone can help with this question it would be deeply appreciated.

Can you create a customize view in Outlook 2002 to show "ONLY THE ALL DAY EVENTS FOR THAT DAY"..

I have tired several things and nothing seems to be working. I have tried to create a custom view and filter on Start = today, End = Today, Duration = 24hr.

Helppp.

Thanks,

n502cc

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Ok,

So this is what you need to do.

Your fields need to be Start & End

When you do you Filter Click on the Advanced Tab

In The Filed Box Click All Appointment Fields > The 1st Field on the list is All Day Event, Choose it.
Make sure Condition is set to equals and value is set to True.

Then Click Ok and Apply View.

The only appointments you will see are all day events.
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Good, this worked.

Thank you ver much.

N502CC
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