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Posted on 2006-10-30
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I am using Outlook 2003 and i wanted to change the color of Labels such as   Business, Personal,Vacation, Travel  etc... When i click the coloring tab that is located next to the X in Outlook 2003 all the labels are greyed out. I would appreciate any assistance that you can give.

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Is it your own calendar?

If you open another person’s calendar or a calendar stored in a public folder, you will see the colors that were assigned manually, but no automatic coloring. Automatic coloring can be seen only by the person who set it up.

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