How to Add Calendars in the Navigation Pane in Microsoft Outlook 2007

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Microsoft Outlook lets you maintain multiple calendars simultaneously. This is particularly useful in a work environment, where you might want to have a calendar for your own appointments and a separate shared calendar to remind team members of meetings they must attend or other group activities. You can add a calendar in the Navigation Pane of Outlook 2007 if you need to keep information on a calendar separate from your primary one.

  • Click the "Calendar" button in the lower left corner of the Outlook window. Alternatively, you can switch to the calendar by clicking "Go" and "Calendar," or by pressing the "Ctrl" and "2" keys simultaneously.

  • Click "File," "New" and "Calendar."

  • Type a name for the new calendar and click "OK." The new calendar will appear in the Navigation Pane on the left side of the window.

  • To view the new calendar, place a check in the box next to its name in the Navigation Pane. By default, it will appear side-by-side with the previously existing calendar. To view the new calendar by itself, remove the check from the box next to the previous calendar.

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