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Outlook 2002 All Day Events in Day View

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Does anyone know if you can show more then 15 All Day Events in the Single Day view or how to expand the top of the day in Outlook 2002 or 2003. I have found documentation from Microsoft on Outlook 2000 but nothing on 2002 or 2003.

Did they fix the problem in 2002 or 2003, or is it still the same answer 15?

Thanks, n502cc
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I have outlook 2003, and just tested it, getting 17 visible. I changed the current view to reduce the time font to 12 instead of 16 and the time scale to be 60 minutes and not 30.  I also upped the screen resolution in general.  Try playing with your view settings, and your monitor resolution.  

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