I did a "Search Calendar" in Outlook 2010 (in XP) with my calendar open, and got a list of appointments that met the search criterion.
When I tried to get out of that mode and back into the basic calendar grid (i.e., the 5-day work week with days defining the columns and hours defining the rows) the program put me into a sort of list mode that I cannot get out of.
In this view there are 8 columns describing the features of my appointments, and many rows, each corresponding to one appointment from my calendar. The appointments are clustered by whatever column I click,
The first column has a little calendar icon - when clicked this opens the appointment for that row.
Column 2 is an attachment icon, 3 = "Subject", 4 = "Location", 5 = "Start", 6 = "End", 7 = "Recurrence Pattern", and 8 = "Categories".
I cannot get out of this view no matter what I click. I have icons for "Week view", "Work week view", "Month view" and overall "Calendar view" on the task bar. Only the "Calendar View" icon is
clickable, and it does nothing.
I have searched help for every variation on "view" I can think of, but nothing references this problem.
Presumably there is some simple way back to a normal view but I cannot find it. Does anyone have the answer to this
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