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Outlook 2007 Calendar Issue, Please help!!!!!

By Legaldeath187 ·
I have a slight problem. My boss uses outlook 2007 on an exchange server that is hosted by webville networks. Outlook came preloaded on his new dell. When everything was set up we were still in an exchange 2003 server. We've switched to a Outlook 2007 exchange server, but this was well before this problem so I'm not sure if it even matters. When he opened his calendar to the day view, it displayed his appointments and also displayed the time underneath in the appointment bubble. It no longer does that. Can anyone give me any ideas on how to re-enable that feature? I can provide a picture of what i'm talking about.

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Try changing the View

by DadsPad In reply to Outlook 2007 Calendar Iss ...

in Outlook 2007, try, in calendar, click on View, Current View, change to auto preview.

Let us know if this works.

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I've tried, still no luck

by Legaldeath187 In reply to Try changing the View

I've tried to change the views, messed with custom views and define view settings. But to no avail. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Schedule a Recurring Entry

1. When entering the activity, click
the Recurrence button in the
Options area of the Ribbon.

2. Verify the start and stop time and
duration

3. In Recurrence Pattern area, indicate the
frequency of the activity (Daily, Weekly, Monthly,
or Yearly). When you select an option, the
Recurrence Pattern choices change.

4. Specify how long the recurrence will last in the
Range of Recurrence section

5. Click OK to close the Appointment Recurrence
box

6. Save and Close the Appointment
Note: A recurrence icon will appear in the
bottom right hand corner of the appointment bubble on your calendar.
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Or:

Do this, click on View->Arrange By->Custom... Then click on the Other Settings... button. Under "Other options".

Outlook's Tools, Options, Other tab.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Close Outlook. (Kill Process)

by conor_oflynn81 In reply to Schedule a Recurring Entr ...

Click Start --> Run
Type: Outlook /cleanreminders

Did the trick for me!

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