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Missing Calendar in SharePoint 2010

Posted on 2011-02-18
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So, I have installed SharePoint 2010 (fresh install on a fresh server running Win 2008 R2) and we utilize SharePoint for room and resource calendaring.  However, when I click on "Site Actions" and "More Options" and click on "List" I only have "Custom List", "Import Spreadsheet" and "Tasks" as an option.  However, I have a SharePoint 2010 admin manual that shows "Calendar" (amont some other things) should be listed.  During my install, I did the standard installation and don't recall it asking me at any point if I didn't want certain features.  What am I missing?

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You have only 3 available lists? Can you attach a screenshot of your screen? Do you have any libraries, pages or sites available?
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Actually I have 5 possible lists:

Custom List
Import Spreadsheet
Languages and Translators
Status List
Tasks

 Screen shot of my "Lists" in SharePoint 2010.
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Screen shot of my "Pages"
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THank you for the screen shots. Looks like only the list templates are missing.
Can you tell me what template you have used for the site?
Can you try to create a new site under this site (use the "Team site" template) and see if you have more options there?
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Sorry it has taken me so long to get back, had surgery and just got back to work.  Anyways....

I don't have the option to create a "Team Site".  It appears my only option is to build an "Enterprise Wiki" so apparently something hasn't installed properly.  I did a complete install on a fresh server but apparently something went wrong somewhere.  I'm just going to scrap this installation and rebuild to see if that corrects the issue.

Thanks!
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