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Outlook 2003 Calendar displaying to table view, and not showing any items either

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I have a user with Outlook 2003, yesterday he said he clicked something something, since then, his Outlook 2003 now display the calendar in a table/spreadsheet view, but no items display, if I export his calendar, I can import the items onto another Outlook and they show up ok, anyone know what settings caused this ?
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Check this manual on how to change the calendar view in Outlook

http://www.shastacoe.org/inside/resources/documents/Outlook_2003_Calendar_Views_07_04_000.pdf

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Thanks, I found that option earlier after playing with a blank PST, I thought may be some extra Outlook addon that did it, really just a view setting :)
Thanks for your link, its very useful
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