Automatic Category (Color) Coding for Shared Calendars in Microsoft Outlook:mac 2001

How can I mark an entire shared calendar as a different category (color) so that I can differentiate my calendar as well as multiple shared calendars? Currently all entries are blue. I wish to make all entries in a given calendar a specific color.

A solution will only be helpful if any new events added to the shared calendar would also show up in the selected category color because we are working with dynamic shared calendars where events will be updated regularly.

If someone could please provide a solution, it would be much appreciated.

Thank you.
krylon80Asked:
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Glen KnightCommented:
The category colours are user specific and not stored in Exchange, there is no way as far as I am aware to specify the colour as default when creating new entries.

I am 99% confident the answer to this question is "sorry, it cannot be done"
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