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melms

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(I am running Windows 2000.)

In Outlook 2000, I've created a second calendar, just to input staff hours for our
help desk. I input the 5 people, their hours, set up the recurring
days/times. Then, I go to File, Save as Web Page.

When the .htm file opens, all the details are at the right side and are
correct. The calendar on the page though only shows the first person listed and their start time. There should be at least 2 - 5 other people listed.

(The only actual error I could find was about the Regional Options, short
date format, but that didn't do squat. I also updated to SP3 for Office
2000. I was at SP1.)

Thanks for any ideas.
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Hi!

On each day when there should be more info that listed, do you see a small arrow at the bottom of that day's space? Click that and it will show you the rest.
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I click the arrow, it only takes me to the correct listing on the details at the right. It doesn't show any information on the actual calendar cell itself.
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I see now - You prefer it show everything in the actually day's square of the calendar too. I'm sorry. I messed around with it and didn't find a way to make that work. Looks like a suggestion to make to Microsoft - as if they listen! Sorry I couldn't help. Maybe someone else will know more about it.
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