Outlook 2003 vs 2000 prob. w/ navigation pane


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Meenie

Hi,
I have outlook 2003 and a co-worker has outlook 2000.
Her navigation pane disappeared (the area in the calendar that has the
little calendar where you can click on a date and be taken to that day in
your calendar)
On my calendar this is under view and is called "navigation pane" but she
doesn't have that under view or anywhere else that we could find. I tried it
in Help but didn't no help there.
What is that area called in outlook 2000?
Of course, she didn't know what she did to make it disappear <G>
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

It does not exist in Outlook 2000. The best thing to do is have her select
View->Taskpad.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, Meenie asked:

| Hi,
| I have outlook 2003 and a co-worker has outlook 2000.
| Her navigation pane disappeared (the area in the calendar that has the
| little calendar where you can click on a date and be taken to that
| day in your calendar)
| On my calendar this is under view and is called "navigation pane" but
| she doesn't have that under view or anywhere else that we could find.
| I tried it in Help but didn't no help there.
| What is that area called in outlook 2000?
| Of course, she didn't know what she did to make it disappear <G>
 

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