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Retain Outlook Calendar mini view

Posted on 2008-06-25
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In Outlook 2003, as well as in Outlook 2007 if you click the folder  list view you will see Calendar. If you click your calendar from the folder list view, you will see your mail folders, among other folders, but in the top of the screen you will see the current month and the following month in a mini view. I basically want to know if there is a way to retain those mini calendars and if possible make them show days that you have something scheduled. Thanks in advance.
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In Outlook 2007 the Mini Calendar can be viewed on your Left side or Right side in the To Do Bar.
When in Calendar if you go to View>To Do Bar>Options>In Show Date Navigator you can insert the number of months you want to view (Up to 9)

Then make sure the TO Do Bar is ON by going:
View>To Do Bar>Normal

If you would like a calendar on the left side you can eigther set the To Do bar to OFF, Minimized, or set the Show Date Navigator to 0.

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Can the same be done for 2003?
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Sorry, but Outlook 2003 Does not have a To Do Bar
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