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Outlook 2007 Appointment, "Show As - free/tentative/busy/Out of Office"

Posted on 2010-08-27
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Depending on the view you are in, in your calendar in Outlook, in terms of "Day/Week/Month"......

If you double Click a day in Month view, to get an appointment the "show as" is set to "free", but if you set the view to Week or Day and double click to get an appointment the time will show as "busy".

The question is can you set the "show as" time to always be set to "busy" or "free"?

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Carol Chisholm earned 250 total points
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I don't think you can set this one...
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by:amcshane
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Ok thanks very much, I didnt think you could


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No Solution to prob.
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