Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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The current date is indicated by a blue square. The date or dates currently displayed in the
calendar are indicated by light blue highlighting. Bold dates indicate days with scheduled
appointments, meetings, or events.
You can display a specific day, week, or month in the calendar by selecting it in the Date
Navigator. Use these techniques to work with the Date Navigator:
To display a day, click that day.
If you’re displaying the calendar in Day, Work Week, or Week view, the day appears
and is highlighted in the current view. If you’re displaying the calendar in Month view,
the display changes to Day view.
To display a week, point to its left margin and then when the cursor points to the
week, click in the margin. Or, if you display week numbers in the Date Navigator and
Calendar, click the week number to display that week.
In any calendar view, selecting a week in the Date Navigator changes the display to
Week view.
To display a month, click the Previous or Next button to scroll one month back or
forward, or click the current month name and hold down the mouse button to display a
range of months, point to the month you want to display, and then release the mouse
button. To scroll beyond the seven-month range displayed by default, point to the
top or bottom of the month list.
In Month view, scrolling the month displays the entire month; in Day view, the Date
Navigator displays the same date of the selected month; in Week or Work Week view,
it displays the same week of the selected month.
By default, the Outlook 2013 Calendar module displays the current month and next month
in the Date Navigator at the top of the Folder Pane. You can display more or fewer months
by changing the width or height of the area allocated to the Date Navigator.
When the Date Navigator displays more than one month, each month shows either five or
six weeks at a time—whichever is necessary to show all the days of the currently selected
month in a Sunday through Saturday calendar format and to match the height of any other
month displayed next to it. Only the first and last months include the days of the preceding
or following month (in gray).
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