Background color in Outlook 2007

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Jean

I know how to change the background color of my own calendar. However, if I

have been given access (shared permissions) to another person's calendar, can

I change the background color of that calendar on my computer? Thanks.
 

Diane Poremsky

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No. Outlook assigns the color.

"Jean" <Jean> wrote in message

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> I know how to change the background color of my own calendar. However, if
> I
> have been given access (shared permissions) to another person's calendar,
> can
> I change the background color of that calendar on my computer? Thanks.
 
J

Jean

Thank you so much. (Actually, I'm providing support at a law firm, and the

secretaries asked this question. I had said that I didn't think so, but I

would post the question.) My next question is can I change the default order

of the colors that appear?

"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:


> No. Outlook assigns the color.

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> "Jean" <Jean> wrote in message
> news:D77ACD73-1F98-4B1C-82DA-FEDCF394E7DA@microsoft.com...
> > I know how to change the background color of my own calendar. However, if
> > I
> > have been given access (shared permissions) to another person's calendar,
> > can
> > I change the background color of that calendar on my computer? Thanks.

>
 

Brian Tillman

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"Jean" <Jean> wrote in message

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> Thank you so much. (Actually, I'm providing support at a law firm, and the
> secretaries asked this question. I had said that I didn't think so, but I
> would post the question.) My next question is can I change the default
> order
> of the colors that appear?


You might find this web site useful: http://www.officeforlawyers.com/

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Jean

Thanks so much, Brian. We are familiar with that...it's a great website!

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> "Jean" <Jean> wrote in message
> news:6374145A-810D-4AEB-8B10-DA260869A6B9@microsoft.com...
>
> > Thank you so much. (Actually, I'm providing support at a law firm, and the
> > secretaries asked this question. I had said that I didn't think so, but I
> > would post the question.) My next question is can I change the default
> > order
> > of the colors that appear?


> You might find this web site useful: http://www.officeforlawyers.com/
> >

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Diane Poremsky

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Not really. You can control it a little by opening the calendars in a

specific order but you can't change the order the colors are applied.

"Jean" <Jean> wrote in message

news:6374145A-810D-4AEB-8B10-DA260869A6B9@microsoft.com...
> Thank you so much. (Actually, I'm providing support at a law firm, and
> the
> secretaries asked this question. I had said that I didn't think so, but I
> would post the question.) My next question is can I change the default
> order
> of the colors that appear?

> "Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:
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> > No. Outlook assigns the color.
>

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>> "Jean" <Jean> wrote in message
> > news:D77ACD73-1F98-4B1C-82DA-FEDCF394E7DA@microsoft.com...
> > > I know how to change the background color of my own calendar. However,
> > > if
> > > I
> > > have been given access (shared permissions) to another person's
> > > calendar,
> > > can
> > > I change the background color of that calendar on my computer? Thanks.

> >
 
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