Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Work with multiple calendars
To set work times on the default calendar
1. Open the Outlook Options dialog box. On the Calendar page, in the Work time
area, set the start time and end time of the work day you want to define.
2. In the Work week area, select the check boxes of the days you want to include in
your work week.
3. In the First day of week list, click the day you want to appear first (on the left) in
the Work Week view of your calendar.
4. In the First week of year list, click Starts on Jan 1 , First 4-day week , or First
full week .
To change the calendar time zone
1. Open the Outlook Options dialog box. On the Calendar page, in the Time zones
area, click the Time zone list, and then click the time zone you want to display.
2. In the corresponding Label box, enter a description of up to 32 characters.
To display multiple time zones
1. On the Calendar page of the Outlook Options dialog box, in the Time zones area,
select the Show a second time zone check box.
2. In the corresponding Time zone list, click the second time zone you want to
display.
3. In the corresponding Label box, enter a description of up to 32 characters.
To switch your calendar between the primary and secondary time zones
On the Calendar page of the Outlook Options dialog box, in the Time zones area,
click the Swap Time Zones button.
Work with multiple calendars
The Calendar button on the Navigation Bar links to the calendar of your default email
account. In addition, you can display the following types of calendars in the Calendar
module:
Calendars of your other email accounts These are available automatically when
you configure Outlook to connect to an account.
Custom calendars You create a calendar in the same way that you do a folder that
contains mail, contact records, or other items.
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