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How do I remove unnecessary calendar shurtcuts in Outlook 2007?

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Hello,
In Outlook 2003 it was easy to customize which calendars appear in "My
Calendars" If different .pst files are open then also multiple calendars are
preset in the "My Calendars" pane. A right mouse click and "Remove from my
Calendars" removed a calendar from this pane in Outlook 2003... easy. Unfortunately with
Outlook 2007 this menu item is not available and I cannot find another
workaround how to remove unnecessary calendars from that pane. Does anyone have a
solution for this problem?  Thank you.
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It does not appear to be possible.  The only work around is to hide them from view by creating a new group and collapsing those calendars under a group name.
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Thanks!
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