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MS-Outlook 2003 Calendar wont display "reading pane"

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I am running MS-Outlook 2003 and am trying to customize my Calendar view. I currently have the calendar displaying in "week" mode on the left side, and my tasks are displayed on the right side. Under the "View" pulldown, I have also selected the "Reading Pane" - "Bottom" to be displayed but all that is displayed is a blank area across the bottom of my window. My first question is whether I am properly configuring the view to display email headings or if I am getting the "reading pane" mixed up with the "preview pane" typically used in the "Mail" view? My next question is either why is it not working, or what do I have to do to display my mail in an area of the Calendar view. Thanks!
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You have to click onto a calendar day that has a meeting/appointment/item scheduled for it to show up on the preview pane.
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That was the answer I was looking for. Thank you.
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