Windows 7 navigation pane

  Abel 07:01 27 May 12
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I've posted the following on the 'Windows 7' forum without any response are there ant takers here please?

While wrestling with a problem on my desktop computer with XP Pro OS I’m having to use a laptop with Windows 7 that I’m not at all familiar with. Can someone please tell me how to move the Navigation Pane from the left to the right in MS Office 2007 Outlook Express?

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  Woolwell 09:46 27 May 12

Assume you are referring to Outlook 2007 not Outlook Express (which isn't available on W7 without tweaking). Outlook 2007 will be the same for XP and W7 and as far as I am aware it is not possible to move the navigation pane to the right.

  Abel 11:38 27 May 12

Woolwell, by some absolute fluke I did get the Calendar element to the right, while leaving the Shortcuts to the left. Having lost the set-up try as I might, I can't get it back.

Abel

  Abel 12:02 27 May 12
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I’ve just solved the problem myself, again by a fluke. By going to ‘View’ and selecting the ‘To Do Bar’ the calendar element of ‘Navigation Pane’ shifts to the right. Also, by selecting ‘Options’ from the ‘To Do Bar’ drop-down list, it’s possible to display several months’ calendars as well as tasks to be auctioned,

Abel

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