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outlook 2003 calendar - autocomplete for 'location'

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#1 bewley


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Posted 08 November 2010 - 07:23 AM

Hi there, not sure if anyone will know this one, but hope you don't mind me asking.

I'm using the Calendar on MS Office Outlook 2003. When I'm creating a new appointment, the box for 'Location' allows me to access 10 previous entries, so I don't have to write them out again. I presume these are saved by an Autocomplete process.

I would like Outlook Calendar to save more than 10 locations. But I can't find anywhere to adjust the number of previous entries saved by Autocomplete.

It may be impossible, but I'm hopeful that there is a way if someone could just tell me where it is!

I've tried looking up advice using Google, etc, but I just get information about autocomplete for writing email addresses, which is not what I'm asking.

Any ideas?


Edited by bewley, 08 November 2010 - 07:24 AM.

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#2 jimhew


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Posted 11 November 2010 - 06:43 PM

Would be happy to be told otherwise, but AFAIK it isn't possible.

The list in question is a MRU (Most Recently Used) list called LocationMRU, that is stored in the registry at:


Your not the first to want this functionality either,



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