In the Outlook Calendar, we use all kinds of Automatic Formatting to change the colors based on what part things are in the accounting process. I have always used Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 primarily. Some of the symbols as tags that we add to the Subject on these Calendar Entries are as follows: "!" and "?" and "qb" and a handful of others. We use the "?" for needed updates. In Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007, if I open up an advanced search and search for simply "?" (minus the quotations) it will bring up all of the entries that only have a question mark in them. Now, in Outlook 2010, Microsoft must've decided that the question mark is a wildcard character so I am not able to search for only the "?" in Outlook 2010. When I search for the question mark by itself in Outlook 2010, it brings up every single entry I have had in my calender for the last couple years so that search if not working at all. Have you ever seen this or does that make sense with the "?" search what I am saying. I am using Outlook Anywhere so I can use Outlook 2007 on one computer and search properly for the question mark but then fail to search on my Outlook 2010 workstation that is connected to the same data. I am just wondering if you can remove this if it is a wildcard character to relieve some of the problems and conveniences of using a newer version of Outlook.