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IntroductionOutlook Calendar is a popular scheduling tool that helps people keep track of their appointments, meetings, and other events. However, by default, it shows all hours of the day, including non-working hours. This can make it difficult to distinguish between work time and personal time. In this article, we will show you how to configure your Outlook Calendar to display only work hours in 2024.
Step 1: Open Outlook CalendarThe first step is to open your Outlook Calendar by clicking on the Calendar icon in the bottom left corner of the Outlook window. If you're using Outlook Online, click on the Calendar tab at the top of the screen.
Step 2: Click on ViewOnce you have opened your calendar, click on the View tab at the top of the screen.
Step 3: Click on Work WeekUnder the View tab, click on the Work Week option. This will display only the days and hours that you have designated as your work hours.
Step 4: Set Your Work HoursTo set your work hours, click on the File tab at the top left of the screen, and then click on Options. In the Options window, click on Calendar and then scroll down to the Work time section. Here, you can set your work hours by selecting the Start time and End time for each day of the week.
Question and AnswerQ: Can I customize my work hours for different days of the week?
A: Yes, you can customize your work hours for each day of the week by selecting the Start time and End time for each day in the Work time section of the Options window. Q: Will this setting affect my appointments and meetings?
A: No, this setting will not affect your existing appointments and meetings. It will only affect how your calendar is displayed.