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    Microsoft Outlook and OWA

    In Out look in callenders you can create a table, but when you use OWA to view your callender the table has gone and has been text formated. how do i stop this from happening.

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    Hello can any one help me?

    In Out look in callenders you can create a table, but when you use OWA to view your callender the table has gone and has been text formated. how do i stop this from happening.

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    I assume you mean creation of a table within the description field of an event?

    What web browser are you using to access OWA, and are you running Exchange 2003 or 2007?

    Anything less than Internet Explorer will not give you the full OWA experience.

    I have only Firefox and Safari here with me at the moment so cannot answer your question fully but I would imagine you either need to try using Internet Explorer, OR, if you are already using IE, then the tables may not display properly as OWA isn't the "full" Outlook package.



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