Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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3. Click the Change Working Time button to display the Change Working
Time dialog box, shown in Figure 3-9.
The Exceptions and Work Weeks tabs have settings identical to the ones
in the Change Working Time dialog box I discussed for tasks, but
changes made here affect this resource rather than the task.
4. In the Click On a Day to See Its Working Times calendar section, click
the day that you want to change.
5. Click the Work Weeks tab to display it; then click a blank row and
enter a name for the exception.
6. Click the Details button.
The Details dialog box for this calendar appears (see Figure 3-10).
7. Select either the Nonworking or the Working Times radio button.
8. Enter a time range in the From and To fields.
If you want to set nonconsecutive hours (for example, to build in a lunch
break), you have to put two or more sets of numbers here (such as 8 to
12 and 1 to 5).