Showing time zones in an appointment


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Showing time zones in an appointment

In the past I used to find myself spending extra hours or even an extra day in an airport at least once a year, because I had done the time zone math incorrectly and arrived too late to board my flight, and from time to time I've scheduled a meeting in a different time zone at a time that was very inconvenient for other participants. In Outlook we solved both of these problems by allowing me to schedule not just times, but time zones, and by allowing me to reflect time zones on my calendar. When you open an appointment or create an appointment and choose a particular time Microsoft Outlook is storing that time not as 10 o'clock in the morning for example, but as a particular time based on zero time zone or Greenwich mean Time which is the time in Britain.

So I'm on the East Coast right now. If I were to choose a particular time it's actually -5 hours from London Time or -5 GMT. If I'm in the West Coast to the United States Pacific time, that's -8 GMT. In other word...

Showing time zones in an appointment
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Showing time zones in an appointment provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks

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Business
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Outlook
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