Outlook 2013 - not retaining Calendar view settings

I just upgraded to Outlook 2013 from Outlook 2010 on my Windows 7 desktop.  I have the calendar view set to "Week" - however, once I move from the Calendar view to something else (Mail or Contacts) when I go back to my Calendar it comes up in list view (this same thing happened when I was on Outlook 2010).  Why are my selections not being saved on the calendar?  Also of note - I have a laptop as well and this does not happen on my laptop.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks,
mmj1Asked:
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jmac44Commented:
When you make the change do you save current view as new view? See this link it may help.
https://www.extendoffice.com/documents/outlook/1942-outlook-save-copy-view-settings.html

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mmj1Author Commented:
Thanks for the link.  I appreciate your help.
jmac44Commented:
your welcome glad I could help.
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