With Microsoft Outlook 2011, if you have multiple calendars it can be really confusing to try and create a new appointment on a particular calendar.

With Outlook 2010 for Windows, if you only are displaying a single calendar, then that calendar is also "selected" with a checkmark and used when you make a new appointment.

However, Mac Outlook 2011 easily allows the user to have a single calendar displayed but have a DIFFERENT calendar "selected" with a checkmark. In that condition, when you make a new appointment the appointment does not go to the calendar that is being displayed, which is what the user expects! Instead it goes to the calendar that is currently selected.

Is there some way to fix this behavior? Why would Outlook 2011 allow you to select a calendar but not display it?  -Steve

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