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Is there a way to hide reoccurring meetings in outlook?

Basically I have a bunch of reoccurring meetings that show up in my calendar. But they make the one-off meeting less obvious ... which are usually more important.

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What version of outlook? – Raystafarian Feb 6 '12 at 20:34

Don't know how to hide them entirely, but it should achieve the goal of making the one-off meetings more prominent to color code them differently. (In Outlook 2003, right click on a calendar entry and select "label".)

Outlook also has the ability to set a rule that would automatically apply a color label based on meeting certain conditions. I don't think the fact that a meeting recurs is one of the conditions, but perhaps other criteria about those meetings are sufficiently consistent for an automatic rule to work (for example, the identity of the organizer).

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