How do you remove the "time" from the Sharepoint Calendar View?

Does anyone know how to remove the time displayed on a Sharepoint Calendar?  I was able to remove it from the list view, but not from the full calendar view.
TravelSmithAsked:
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cobrachenConnect With a Mentor Commented:
As far as I know, you will not be able to customize much of Calendar view from SPD 2007.

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cobrachenCommented:
You mean the starting time on the calendar view? Do you need start and end time when user opens each event?

If you do not need that, then you can set each event as all day events. However, I feel that you may want to show both times when user views each event.

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TravelSmithAuthor Commented:
There are no times associated with the events..they are all day events, however the calendar view still shows 12:00am on each meeting each day.
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cobrachenCommented:
I am using 2007 and there is no time showing on month view.

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TravelSmithAuthor Commented:
I'm using SPS3.0  This is an issue in Sharepoint not Outlook.
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cobrachenCommented:
Yes, I am using MOSS 2007 and it worked fine in day, week and month view.

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TravelSmithAuthor Commented:
I should be more specific..I'm actuallying using a custom list.  When viewing that list in "calendar view" - it shows a time of 12:00 for each meeting on each day.
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TravelSmithAuthor Commented:
I started out using the calendar web part, but then noticed that each item had a border around it and it didn't look good appearance wise..I don't know how to remove the border - If I could figure that out, I would proceed with using a calendar web part instead of a custom list.
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TravelSmithAuthor Commented:
It looks like what I'm trying to do is not possible.
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