Different recurring appointment icons

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In Outlook 2007 Calendar, when I view my appointments By Category, there are

two different recurring appointment icons: one that looks like a

conversation "bubble," and one that looks like a recurring appointment (e.g.,

circular arrows). These are birthdays that are created when I enter a

birthday for a contact on the details tab. What do these mean? How are they

created? And, most importantly, how do I get them to all be the same icon?
 

Brian Tillman

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> In Outlook 2007 Calendar, when I view my appointments By Category, there are
> two different recurring appointment icons: one that looks like a
> conversation "bubble," and one that looks like a recurring appointment
> (e.g.,
> circular arrows). These are birthdays that are created when I enter a
> birthday for a contact on the details tab. What do these mean? How are
> they
> created? And, most importantly, how do I get them to all be the same icon?


See if your icons are listed here: http://outlook-tips.net/howto/icons_cal.htm

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gscottp

Thank you so much, Brian. It had to do with the Live Search Maps Add-In for

Outlook 2007. In researching this, it seems that this add-in has caused

several problems in Outlook, and I have completely removed it.

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "gscottp" <gscottp> wrote in message
> news:66FB704F-F396-4A51-A7C9-9F07D1A6908C@microsoft.com...
>
> > In Outlook 2007 Calendar, when I view my appointments By Category, there are
> > two different recurring appointment icons: one that looks like a
> > conversation "bubble," and one that looks like a recurring appointment
> > (e.g.,
> > circular arrows). These are birthdays that are created when I enter a
> > birthday for a contact on the details tab. What do these mean? How are
> > they
> > created? And, most importantly, how do I get them to all be the same icon?


> See if your icons are listed here: http://outlook-tips.net/howto/icons_cal.htm
> >

>
 
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