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How to move the navigation pane in Outlook 2007

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Hello,

When using the calendar view in MS Outlook (2007), is there a way to move the navigation pane (containing the small calendars) from the left side of the main calendar to the right side?  If so, how is that done?  I can't find the setting anywhere.

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Grab the Sizing bar on the RIGHT side of the main view and drag it to the left.
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Thanks for the response Jim,

I know that this can't be that difficult but I have moused over evrything possible (I think] on the right side of the main calendar -- everywhere on the entire screen for that matter -- and can find nothing movable.  The only thing movable is the vertical line between the NP and the calendar and all that does is change the width of the NP but it remains to the left of the calendar.  Here's a screenshot in hopes that it helps.  Can you give me more specific landmarks or is something missing, etc.?

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You should be able to grab and move the dark vertical line on the Far right of the window, between the Window edge and the Scroll Bar.
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I cannot discern any vertical line or bar at all.  When moving the cursor very slowly from left to right, the instant it changes to an adjustment form is when it picks up the edge of the window.  There is nothing else there.  Might it be a view setting that's missing or not turned on?

I was able to turrn on the To-Do Bar (see pic) and then customize it to show only calendars but it's hard to imagine that MS would not enable all panes to be positioned anywhere.  Therefore, I can only assume it's a setting.

Any other thoughts?

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I'm stumped.
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