Use the commands on the Home tab to switch between Day, Week, Work Week, and Month views. Click in the date navigator to select and switch to a specific day, week, or month. To modify your working and non-working days or times, choose Excel > Preferences, click Calendar, and modify the calendar settings to reflect your normal work schedule.
- [Voiceover] This is our default calendar view…in Outlook for Mac 2016…and it has a lot of built-in features.…When this view premiered in Outlook for Windows,…it was called Day, Week, Month view,…and it was just amazing…that you could easily switch between these time frames.…Now, we just call it Calendar and we take it for granted.…Such is life.…But let's get up close and personal with the calendar.…This small calendar over on the left…is called the Date Navigator,…and you can easily use the Date Navigator to select dates…that aren't currently displayed in the calendar as a whole,…or dates that are.…
For example, if I click on Monday, June 13th,…I'll go right to Monday, June 13th.…If I click and drag across a week,…I'll actually get a week view.…And if I drag more than week,…anything more than a week, I'll get a month view.…If I drag two weeks, I get a month.…There isn't a two-week view, nor can I create one…in Outlook for Mac 2016.…If I'm looking at a particular day,…and then I want to see it in the context of its workweek,…
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