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What can we do to solve that?

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kabucek
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What can we do to solve that?

How to delete one of these ??
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Dexter Filmore
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: What can we do to solve that?

You cannot delete the existing views that are in outlook by default. You can delete the ones that you have created by going to View, Arrange By, Current View, Define Views. The delete option will be available for the views that you created, but not the ones that are there by default.
Vibhor Kumar Agarwal
Esteemed Contributor

Re: What can we do to solve that?

Those are inbuilt with Outlook.

Me too don't think you can delete.
Vibhor Kumar Agarwal
Shijo
Frequent Advisor

Re: What can we do to solve that?

Let me add my self to the long list of nay's. It can't be done Kabucek, after knocking my head against a very stubborn Outlook the only thing I have found is that it cannot be done.

Regards,
Shijo
You are only limited by the boundaries that you yoursefl put up.
kabucek
Advisor

Re: What can we do to solve that?

ok i'm sorry i put wrong question. Because i want to customize items in that view. You all have right with that. But if I have some added items in there (ex. by boo, by mylist) how do delete them.
I found the answer for that and I'm sorry for putting the wrong question for you guys.

"View -> Arrange by-> Current View -> Define Views... "

- this is what I was looking for :):)
Vibhor Kumar Agarwal
Esteemed Contributor

Re: What can we do to solve that?

Anyways, Thanks for the full bunny. :-)
Vibhor Kumar Agarwal