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How to get calendar view?

Posted on 2011-03-24
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In Outlook 2003, I have one calendar.  When I click the Calendar tab in the bottom right, I get the "My Calendars" pane on the left side and below that are the navigation tabs.  Rather than a month calendar view on the right side, I have something that looks more like a mail view.  It has columns:

- Subject
- Location
- Start
- End
....

Is there a way to get the calendar view there?
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In Outlook go to the View menu and select Arrange By and then Current View and make sure that Day/Week/Month is selected.
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