Missing the Scheduling Assistant button in Outlook 2007

I have a user who is missing the Scheduling Assistant Button in his Outlook 2007 meeting window.  He is showing a Scheduling botton, which is something  have seen in Outlook 2003.  We are using Exchange 2007.  Is there a way to turn this feature on using a powershell command?  I looked in the Exchange console, and couldn't find it.  This user was upgraded from Outlook 2003 to 2007 a few months ago; would that have anything to do with it?  Your help is always appreciated.  
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Robdb29Commented:
Hey,

Unfortunately in office 2007 there is no (built in) way to edit or change the ribbon bar, thus if the button is missing its a problem that occurred during the upgrade from 2003.

your best bet is to do a repair install of office 2007 on that computer with the original install disk which should resolve the issue.
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BajtraAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the information.  I will give your solution a try.  
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BajtraAuthor Commented:
I appreciate the help!
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DCSSupportCommented:
Windows 7 - You can also fix this by going to Users\user.name\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\
Rename outcmd.dat to outcmd.old, restart Outlook and the button will be there.  Outlook recreates outcmd.dat.
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