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Outlook 2003 opening Multiple Calendars at Startup

Hi all,

I have a user who will be taking care of our sales reps calendars all in one view (Side by Side). The problem i am having is that once i have loaded these calendars up into the view and then proceed to close outlook and reopen the calendar. the shortcuts are there but they are unticked and undisplayed.

Is there a way of getting these to load with outlook?

Also is there a way of creating shortcuts to these in outlook 2003 so i can put them on the outlook shortcut bar??


Best Regards


Oly
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A.V.Lead EngineerCommented:
When you click on shortcuts you should see the option to add a new shortcut at which you would navigate to the calendar to which you want to add a shortcut.  Let me know if you need more details...
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phil-cameronCommented:
I am also looking for a way of displaying multiple calendars on startup - is there a way to do this?
Thanks,
Phil
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A.V.Lead EngineerCommented:
I am not sure what you mean...can you explain a little further?
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phil-cameronCommented:
I am having the same issue as Oly mentioned above; I have a user that wants to view multiple calendars side-by-side when Outlook opens (hers, the Department Chairs', and a meeting room). The calendars appear in the "Other Calendars" list, but when Outlook is shut down, only her calendar appears when she re-opens. She would like to view all 3 when she starts.  Any suggestions?

Phil
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SynsealITAuthor Commented:
Hi Phil

Try using the method that was shown to me. Open the users calendar then drag the calendar to the shortcuts. I assume you are using 2003??

Oly :)
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