What are those symbols in my calendar display?

In the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 calendar, the following symbols are used to represent some of the features associated with meetings and appointments.

Calendar

Symbol Meaning
Recurring item icon Recurring item     An appointment or meeting that recurs on a specified schedule.
Recurring exception icon Exception to recurring item     An item, such as an appointment or meeting, that is part of a recurring series but is an exception to the recurrence pattern.
Data conflict icon Data conflict     A conflict exists between the data on your local computer and the server running Microsoft Exchange. To resolve the conflict, open the item and follow the instructions on your screen.
Private item icon Private item     The item is marked as private to prevent other people from viewing its details.
Meeting Workspace icon Meeting Workspace     A Meeting Workspace is associated with this item.
Attachment icon File attachment     A file attachment is associated with this item.

Calendar Navigation Pane

Symbol Meaning
Button image Calendar     An Outlook calendar that only you can access. This includes your default calendar, unless you grant access permissions to others, Calendar Snapshots that your receive from others, or any calendar you open in the iCalendar format that is not an Internet Calendar Subscription.
Button Image Shared calendar     An Outlook calendar that you have shared with at least one other person.
Button image Internet Calendar Subscription, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 calendars, People's Calendars     All three calendar types are updated periodically when the master calendar is changed.
 
 
Applies to:
Outlook 2007