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    Open calendars side by side from two pst files in OL 2007 / 2010

    At work I use Outlook 2007 and open shared calendars to display them side by side in the same window. I can even overlap them. At home I use Outlook 2010 and copied the pst file onto my usb stick. Opening the datafile in Outlook 2007 at work lets me view my home email and calendar, but can I open the calendar side by side with the work calendar, as if it were one of my colleagues shared ones? Thanks in advance Frank

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    As it turns out, yes we can!
    I came back to this after leaving it awhile, noticing that the 'home' calendar appears in the My Calendars section of the left hand side column.
    From here I can open all calenders in any of the open .pst files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankwalsh1962 View Post
    At work I use Outlook 2007 and open shared calendars to display them side by side in the same window. I can even overlap them. At home I use Outlook 2010 and copied the pst file onto my usb stick. Opening the datafile in Outlook 2007 at work lets me view my home email and calendar, but can I open the calendar side by side with the work calendar, as if it were one of my colleagues shared ones? Thanks in advance Frank
    that I would be interested in seeing. Can you post a screen shot?
    Thanks John
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    I can't manage a screenshot, but with two or more calendars open in he same window, the tabs with the calendar name at the top of the calendars have a horizontal button which lets you combine the view, overlapping the contents. Hope that helps. Frank

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