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    Hey all, I have an interesting one for you. We've migrated to Office 2007 and I have a user who, in Outlook 2003, would open a shared calendar and do a search for something and it would show only those calendar items that contained the search term and it would show them on a regular calendar view with the days of the week. In Outlook 2007 it's displaying these search results in a list view format. I can't figure out how to get it to view only what was searched for in a regular week or month type of view. If I do the search and then go to View | Current View and select Day/Week/Month then I lose the search and I'm taken to the view that shows everything in the calendar. Any ideas?

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    I don't know that there is a way to do this in Outlook 2007 directly, but here is an alternative way to do the search in the desired view:

    In the Calendar Day/Week/Month view, right click anywhere on the calendar.
    Choose Customize Current View
    Click on the Filter button
    In the "Search for the word(s)" field, type the desired search term
    Click Ok

    In the bottom left corner, you will see that Outlook is indicating a Filter is applied. To clear the filter, right click again on the calendar and repeat the steps until you get to the Filter settings - you will find a Clear All button.

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    Cool

    Here's what we found works:

    With your calendar screen already in Monthly View follow this menu path:
    View>Current View>Customize Current View>Filter
    Once the filter is activated it will display and print in monthly view

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