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How can I restore the color code on an Outlook 2007 calendar?

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How can I restore the color code on an Outlook 2007 calendar?

A user has been migrated from a Windows XP computer to a Windows 7 computer. The Outlook color code on the Outlook 2007 calendar no longer displays.

How can I restore this color code?

Please provide me with the exact steps.
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That didn't work.
Does anyone else know how I can fix this?
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sammySeltzer's hyperlink fixed the problem after all.
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