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How do I view a Public Folder Calendar under My Calendars in Outlook 2007?

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I would like to view a Public Folder shared calendar under My Calendar in the Navigation Pane. I am using Outlook 2007 with Exchange 2007.
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Hi, Felsmm.

Add the public folder to your personal folder favorites.  to do that, right-click on the public folder and select "Add to Favorites".  
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