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Hello Everybody,
I was able to create Calendar Overlay in SharePoint 2010.   My Calendar Overlay is not showing up properly (missing colorful boxes) when I add it to the Page ( Add Web Part > List and Libraries > Test Events) Below is what I see when I added the Calendar Overlay to my page.
 Test Events
But I'm able to view the Calendar Overlay just fine from the Lists option.

 Calendar Overlay

What's the best way to add Calendar overlay to show up on the page?  Please advise.
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The default view for the list-view WebPart (your calendar WebPart) does not display the overlays.  Edit the WebPart and select the Calendar View and you should see your overlays.
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Thank you very much for all of your help!  You have made learning the functunality of Calendary Overlay so much easier!
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