How do I change the way Calendar opens?

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I maintain multiple calendars in outlook 2007 and like to view them all on the same page in a week view. When I open calendar I get a list view and have to go and put a check mark by each calender to open it up. Is there a way calendar up open and show all calendars when the calendar tab is selected?

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I use outlook 2007 also, and when I open the calendar view and put checks in the calendars I want to view along with mine, then when I close outlook and re-open it it opens with all those I had checked before I closed it. Are you saying yours defaults back to all unchecked again?

yes this is exactly what we are saying!

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  • Harpersimon
    Huhhh you are experiencing the exact same annoyance I have in that I select calendars of staff I want to see by ticking them, but when I switch to email, or contacts, generally when I switch back to calendar view I get event list view and have to reselect the calendars, even if I want the same ones why does Outlook 2007 forget what I had ticked and is there a way to make it remember the last view?
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