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How to show notes in calender

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hi Experts !!!!

I've been trying to get the notes field to display on the dayWekk Month View of the Outlook calendar.

Currently just the calendar subject displays only.  This is the default view with outlook calendar.

There are notes there however they can not been seen unless you open the calendar entry.

Can cany one help?

Many thanks,

Andrew
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by:Serena Hsi
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You could activate the reading pane. That'll show you what's in the notes w/o opening up the item. Your cursor'll have to be on the actual item you want to view though.

View / Reading Pane / Right or Bottom
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by:helpbase
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not quite what I am after - will try it however
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by:helpbase
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Found resolution.

On Outlook Advanced toolbar  Select Day/Week/Month View With AutoPreview
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