The most likely reason for this is that you have the display box unchecked for some events in the event list. This is a toggle entry at the far left of each event on the event list: it allows you to uncheck an event to keep it from displaying in the calendar, but still having it available to reactivate later if you want it. If that is not what's causing it, please mention the version of Calendar Creator that you're using.
That's good news for troubleshooting. Was the Month view you're using customized in any way? That might be where the problem is. Even if it wasn't customized, what I'd suggest trying next is to create a new Month view. Just give it a different name from the one that's giving you the problem. If the new one works, then use that, and customize it as you like.
I hope this will take care of it. Either way, I don't know what would cause this particular problem.
You might consider upgrading to the current version of Calendar Creator: 12.2. It's designed to work on Windows 10. You didn't mention your operating system, but if it's Windows 10, the newest version would be safest, just in case that has anything to do with the problem.
I'm very glad this worked out. If the computer is running on XP, I agree, no need for an update. My guess is it was just something that corrupted the View that you were using, maybe an errant keystroke at some point.
If you aren't already doing it as part of a routine, I suggest that you backup the calendar to another place just to have a point you can return to in the future. Good luck!
I'm very glad that the calendar is working, and that the problem has not returned. Thank you for letting us know. This was a problem that I've never seen before in the forums, and it's always possible that someone else will have a similar issue and will find this thread in a search. You were very helpful in trying all the suggestions, since it was a trial and error journey. Good luck with it, and don't hesitate to post back here on the forum if it happens again or another issue arises.
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