Using Day, Week, and Month view


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Using Day, Week, and Month view

This view called the Day, Week, Month View is the default view in Outlook starting with Outlook 2007, and it's a wonderful view that allows you to see both your Calendar and your Task. It's a dynamic view. In prior versions of Outlook I often set up additional views, and I don't need many of them, and I've found starting in Outlook 2007 that I really don't need many more views other than this fabulous Day, Week, Month View. When I'm in Day, Week, Month View, I have on the Home tab a group called Arrange that lets me see a specific day.

So if I'm looking at, for example, the 15th and I click on Day, I'm getting to see the 15th and at the bottom there's a Tasks section, and if I take a look at the Work Week, there is my Tasks section again, and I can see all seven-day week. So it's a little bit of a change from Outlook 2007 where this was done with an Option button at the top. And then I can see the entire month, and I have the ability here to Show Lo...

Using Day, Week, and Month view
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Using Day, Week, and Month view 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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