Outlook 2016: From weak view to week view

By J. Carlton Collins, CPA

Q. I know you can double-click a day on the Outlook 2016 Calendar to drill into that day's details, but why can't you do the same thing for a whole week?

A. You can quickly drill into your Outlook 2016 Calendar to display the Week view by left-clicking your mouse pointer just to the left of the desired week on the small calendar thumbnails located in Outlook 2016's left margin, as illustrated below.

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About the author

J. Carlton Collins (carlton@asaresearch.com) is a technology consultant, a CPE instructor, and a JofA contributing editor.

Note: Instructions for Microsoft Office in “Technology Q&A” refer to the 2007 through 2016 versions, unless otherwise specified.

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