Display Nonconsecutive Dates In Outlooks Calendar


Q. I’m usually in my office on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Is there a way to get my Outlook calendar to display only those days?

A. Displaying nonconsecutive dates is easy. Open the calendar to the current workweek or week view. To the right of that calendar is the date navigator that displays the two-month period surrounding the selected date. Go to the first date you want selected, and then, while holding down the Ctrl key, click on any other dates you want to view. The big calendar now will show the nonconsecutive dates, and on the date navigator, those dates will be dimmed, as shown below:

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