Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You can use these additional tools to change the time period shown in the calendar:
Display the previous or next time period by clicking the Back button or the Forward
button next to the date or date range in the calendar header.
Display the current day by clicking the Today button in the Go To group on the
Home tab.
Display a seven-day period starting with the current day by clicking the Next 7 Days
button in the Go To group on the Home tab.
Display week numbers to the left of each week in Month view and in the Date
Navigator. If you implement this option, you can click the week tab to display that week.
TIP Specific weeks are referred to in some countries by number to simplify the
communication of dates. (For example, you can say you’ll be out of the office “Week 24”
rather than “June 7–11.”) Week 1 is the calendar week in which January 1 falls, Week 2
is the following week, and so on through to the end of the year. Because of the way the
weeks are numbered, a year can end in Week 52 or (more commonly) in Week 53. To
display week numbers in the Date Navigator and in the Month view of the calendar,
select the Show Week Numbers... check box on the Calendar page of the Outlook
Options dialog box.
Using the Date Navigator
You can use the Date Navigator to change the day or range of days shown on the calendar.
The Date Navigator is a compact and useful tool.
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