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Calendar starts from Monday

After rebuilding a users pc, they have said when making reminders in Goldmine, the start of the week is now Monday instead of Sunday as it previously was. Ive looked through the various options within Goldmine to see if I can make Sunday the first day but to no avail. Any ideas?
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MdraggaCommented:
What version of Goldmine and what version of Windows?

Also which view in Goldmine is the user looking at? Year seems to start on Monday by default but other views start on Sunday. Aside from a possible view switch I don't know where specifically you can change this option if at all.
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
Windows xp sp3 - goldmine 7 corporate
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GMGeniusCommented:
Hi
The only option i am aware of is the work days
Right click on the calender view (any) select options > preferences and until saturday and sunday from the work days. click ok to save
then right click on the calendar again and options > show work days only
That will give you the desired look i believe.
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GMGeniusCommented:
until should read untick
I do wish you could edit posts......
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
Im not able to find the Show work days only option when clicking on Calendar and More Options?
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
This is what the user is currently seeing, he wants Sunday to be at the beginning instead of Monday.
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GMGeniusCommented:
If i am not mistaken you cannot change the functionality of that perticular calender.
I have never been aware of any INI settings that would affect it
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
Ok, closing the thread - suspect user has not been entirely truthful about the view he had/wants
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GMGeniusCommented:
daiwhyte, I disagree with deleting the question as it was asked and answered.
This still constitutes a resolution to the asked question.
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
Ok, sorry - your right GMGenius, I will assign points now.
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daiwhyteAuthor Commented:
Thank you GMGenius
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GMGeniusCommented:
Thank you for your understanding :-)
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