Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
By default, your calendar displays the Month arrangement of Calendar view. However, this
arrangement limits the number of calendar items visible on each day and the amount of
detail visible for each calendar item.
TIP You can point to any calendar item to display the item details.
To help you stay on top of your schedule, you can display several different arrangements of
▪ Day Displays one day at a time separated into half-hour increments.
▪ Work Week Displays only the days of your work week. The default work week is
Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Time slots that fall within the
work week are white on the calendar; time slots outside of the work week are colored.
SEE ALSO For information about modifying the days and hours of the work week
shown in Outlook, see “Defining your available time” in Chapter 8, “Manage your
▪ Week Displays one calendar week (Sunday through Saturday) at a time.
▪ Month Displays one calendar month at a time, in addition to any preceding or
following days that fall into the displayed weeks.
▪ Schedule view Displays a horizontal view of the calendar for the selected time period.
This view is very useful for comparing limited time periods for multiple calendars, such
as the members of a calendar group.
SEE ALSO For information about calendar groups, see “Sharing calendar information”
in Chapter 8, “Manage your calendar.”
You switch among arrangements by clicking the buttons in the Arrangement group on the
View tab of the Calendar module ribbon.
TIP If you’ve made changes to any view (such as the order in which information appears)
and want to return to the default settings, click the Reset View button in the Current View
group on the View tab. If the Reset View button is unavailable, the view already displays the