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Posted on 2010-08-13
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Is there anyway to show the full comments in a calendar appointment in outlook 2007?
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Question by:MFredin
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by:Will Szymkowski
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I have tested this and the best method I can come up with is the following...
- Open Outlook
- Click Calendar
- Click View, Current View, All Appointments
- Right Click on any Column in the All Appointments view and choose "Arrange By", Select Custom
- Click the Fields.. button
- Click the drop down "Select available fields from:", Select "All Appointment Fileds
- Select Message, click Add
- You will then see all of the details from the body of the appointment

Hope this helps~!
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by:MFredin
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Thanks Spec01, that adds it to the all appointments view, but I'm actually looking in the month/week/day views to be able to move my mouse over the appointment and see whats written in the message field.  This used to work on an old calendar that has been deleted but doesnt on the new one for some reason.
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