Conditional Formatting

May 5, 2016
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I like to designate different colours to the entries in my calendar for ease of task/meeting identification. In Windows 8.1 there was a tab for doing this and once set they remained extant unless I went in and changed them. In windows 10 no such opportunity appears available, so I have been allocating colours to events in the View>settings>Conditional formatting tabs and creating each one individually....does the same job! However if I close down the computer it will have wiped all of the colours back to a default single colour when I fire up again, which is not only annoying but time consuming to re-create!! Anyone have an answer as to how i can capture them permanently as a default??

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