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Outlook 2013 and SBS 2008 (exchange server 2007)

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I have a server with SBS 2008 that has exchange 2007. I recently had to upgrade all computers from XP to Windows 7 because of EOL of XP. Previous version of Office was 2003 and I had no problem showing the public folders in Outlook (calendar and contacts). I also upgraded the version of Office to 2013. However I cannot find out how to display these folders in the newer version of Outlook. Any help would be appreciated.
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public folder was hidden under folder list (keyboard shortcut ctrl-6)
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I am going back to that client site tonight. I will give it a try. Thanks.
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Just arrived on site and tried control 6 and it WORKED. Thanks so much. You will be awarded the points.
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Not sure I would have ever found that. Why does MS change things so much?
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