Outlook 2003 calendar side-by-side view



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Outlook 2003 calendar side-by-side view

Postby SkM » Wed, 09 Jun 2004 00:56:07 GMT

I added another users calendar to my view and now it's entries are mixed up into my calendar.  When I uncheck viewing the other calendar, the entries don't go away.

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