View Upcoming Appointments in Outlook 2007

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SJT

I am no longer able to view my upcoming appointments in the To-Do-Bar. The

appointment is marked as busy and it's not an all day appointment. Usings

Windows XP. Thank you in advance for your help.
 

Brian Tillman

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"SJT" <SJT> wrote in message

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> I am no longer able to view my upcoming appointments in the To-Do-Bar. The
> appointment is marked as busy and it's not an all day appointment. Usings
> Windows XP. Thank you in advance for your help.


Try starting Outlook once with the /resettodobar command switch.

Start>Run (or Start Search)>outlook.exe /resettodobar

Be sure to include the space.

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Seth J. Turok

On Oct 15, 2:46 pm, "Brian Tillman "

<tillman1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "SJT" <S...> wrote in message

> news:D71A0991-B49F-4079-9376-A7E643694CF9@microsoft.com...
>
> >I am no longer able to view my upcoming appointments in  the To-Do-Bar..  The
> > appointment is marked as busy and it's not an all day appointment. Usings
> > Windows XP.  Thank you in advance for your help.


> Try starting Outlook once with the /resettodobar command switch.
> Start>Run (or Start Search)>outlook.exe /resettodobar
> Be sure to include the space.
> >


Hi Brian,

I went to the command window and at the command line I see C:

\Documents and settings\Seth>. I then typed in outlook.exe /

resettodobar as you suggested. The response that I receive is "this

is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program

or batch file". I don't really spend any time at the cmd line. Am I

doing something incorrectly? Thanks again.
 

Diane Poremsky

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At start menu run (or Windows Key + R), type

outlook.exe /resettodobar

and press enter.

See http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm for more help on using

switches.



"Seth J. Turok" <sethjturok@gmail.com> wrote in message

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> On Oct 15, 2:46 pm, "Brian Tillman "
> <tillman1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > "SJT" <S...> wrote in message
>

>> news:D71A0991-B49F-4079-9376-A7E643694CF9@microsoft.com...
> >
> > >I am no longer able to view my upcoming appointments in the To-Do-Bar.
> > >The
> > > appointment is marked as busy and it's not an all day appointment.
> > > Usings
> > > Windows XP. Thank you in advance for your help.

>

>> Try starting Outlook once with the /resettodobar command switch.
> > Start>Run (or Start Search)>outlook.exe /resettodobar
> > Be sure to include the space.
> > > >


> Hi Brian,

> I went to the command window and at the command line I see C:
> \Documents and settings\Seth>. I then typed in outlook.exe /
> resettodobar as you suggested. The response that I receive is "this
> is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program
> or batch file". I don't really spend any time at the cmd line. Am I
> doing something incorrectly? Thanks again.
 
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