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I am trying to setup my Outlook Calendar 2007 to view 12 months at a time. I can only find the settings of 1 day, 1 week, and 1 month. I also know that you can slide the bar to view 3 months at a time. Is there anyway to view the calendar for 6 to 12 months?
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You could right click in the To-Do Bar, and select options, adjust the number of month rows to 4 (so you have 3 times 4 months)
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No, In Outlook itself, There is Not
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