How do I overlap shared calendars in Outlook 2003?

How do I overlap publicly shared calendars in Outlook 2003? They only appear side-by-side currently - is there a way to overlap them? (It is easy to do in Outlook 2007 for example..)


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David LeeCommented:
Hi, akus1.  

Overlaying calendars is a new feature in Outlook 2007.  It wasn't available in 2003.  The closest you could get in 2003 is to use a group calendar.

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akus1Author Commented:
Do you mean an alternative is to create a public shared calendar and use that?
David LeeCommented:
No.  Group calendars are created by going to your calendar and clicking Actions > View Group Schedules > Add.  You then select who you want to appear on the calendar and Outook builds a composite calendar of all those calendars.
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