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    using colours in a publix calendar folder

    Can anyone provide a way to colour Calendar events according to content please? I would like to achieve a public calendar that will be coloured according to which room is being used for each appointment where the room name is in the content.
    A bit like a rule in a mailbox where certain senders can be turned certain colours?

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    Re: using colours in a publix calendar folder

    do it the same way as with coloring senders, using automatic formatting. (it's a view option, View > customize view > customize)

    you will need to use a table view, not the standard calendar grid though.

    it won't help you now, but the ability to color the calendar grid view is one of the new features that will be in Outlook10

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    Re: using colours in a publix calendar folder

    hhmmmm, when i choose view> current view> customise current view The dialog that is shown only has Fields/Filter and Other Settings... available. the other buttons are greyed out. Why? I have checked my properties and i have full access rights...
    any ideas ? [img]/w3timages/icons/sad.gif[/img][img]/w3timages/icons/sad.gif[/img]

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    Re: using colours in a publix calendar folder

    you need ot be using a table view for it to be enabled. table view is like the inbox layout with each item in a row.

    events is a predefined table view.

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