Lost month display in OL 2007 Navigation Pane


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Patrick Conant

I have lost the display of the current month in my outlook 2007
navigation pane. The navigation pane is showing, the "View |
Navigation Pane | Normal" menu item is checked, but the current month
display has just disappeared. The current month display used to be
somewhere up at the top of the navigation pane. I see "All Calendar
Items" (which allows me to select different .pst files), then "My
Calendars" (which allows me to check current or archived events), then
"People's Calendars" (which allows me to view other calendars hosted
on the same exhange server), then seven links to Outlook Help, then
several inches of blank space. But no display of the current month.
Any ideas?
 
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Patrick Conant

Nope -- the "to-do bar" is on the right-hand side.

it's not on the other side of the window?

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I have lost the display of the current month in my outlook 2007
navigation pane. The navigation pane is showing, the "View |
Navigation Pane | Normal" menu item is checked, but the current month
display has just disappeared. The current month display used to be
somewhere up at the top of the navigation pane. I see "All Calendar
Items" (which allows me to select different .pst files), then "My
Calendars" (which allows me to check current or archived events), then
"People's Calendars" (which allows me to view other calendars hosted
on the same exhange server), then seven links to Outlook Help, then
several inches of blank space. But no display of the current month.
Any ideas?
 
H

Hugh Smith

Had the same problem, fixed it by - Start - Run - Outllok.exe /resetnavpane. Everything came back to normal except I had to manually re-open other peoples shared calendars.
I have lost the display of the current month in my outlook 2007
navigation pane. The navigation pane is showing, the "View |
Navigation Pane | Normal" menu item is checked, but the current month
display has just disappeared. The current month display used to be
somewhere up at the top of the navigation pane. I see "All Calendar
Items" (which allows me to select different .pst files), then "My
Calendars" (which allows me to check current or archived events), then
"People's Calendars" (which allows me to view other calendars hosted
on the same exhange server), then seven links to Outlook Help, then
several inches of blank space. But no display of the current month.
Any ideas?
On Friday, June 22, 2007 9:44 AM Diane Poremsky wrote:
it's not on the other side of the window?










news:[email protected]
 
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Hugh Smith

Try Start Run Outlook.exe /resetnavpane.
I have lost the display of the current month in my outlook 2007
navigation pane. The navigation pane is showing, the "View |
Navigation Pane | Normal" menu item is checked, but the current month
display has just disappeared. The current month display used to be
somewhere up at the top of the navigation pane. I see "All Calendar
Items" (which allows me to select different .pst files), then "My
Calendars" (which allows me to check current or archived events), then
"People's Calendars" (which allows me to view other calendars hosted
on the same exhange server), then seven links to Outlook Help, then
several inches of blank space. But no display of the current month.
Any ideas?
On Friday, June 22, 2007 9:44 AM Diane Poremsky wrote:
it's not on the other side of the window?










news:[email protected]
 

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