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Label for Category in Outlook Calendar

Posted on 2006-12-01
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I was asked if there was a way to associate a label color with a category in Outlook so that, when the category is assigned to a calendar item, the label is automatically applied.
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Martha
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With the calendar view showing that you want to apply this to......
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