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4. Because you are tracking a single date, use the Birthday field for both the Begin and End
fields for the Time Interval section (see Figure 7.32).
Settings for the
new Calendar view
5. In the Calendar Columns section, you can choose what kind of information is listed
(within the limited amount of space you have in the calendar format) for each kind of
display: Month, Week, and Day. For the Week and Day views (because those displays give
you room for a second line), you can have two lines of information about the list item
displayed for the date on which it will appear. My example doesn’t need subheadings, so
we’ll use Full Name as the Title field for Month, Week, and Day views.
6. The default scope for the calendar is going to be Month (which is the default selection for
7. This view can also be filtered if the list is large; however, you don’t need to do that here,
so you can leave that setting alone.
8. Once you’ve completed all your settings, click OK to finish.
The Birthdays view is done and is now available on the Customers List content page (that is,
your view of it, since you made this a Personal view), you can see it in Figure 7.33.
Note that in a Calendar view, if you click the link for the item listed on a date, it will simply
go to that list item’s View page to see its content; unlike a Standard view, it won’t generate a
down arrow when you hover over it.