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Outlook 2003 calender View

Posted on 2003-11-24
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When viewing the calender with month.
I see 6 blocks across.
The first 5 representing Monday through Friday, and the sixth is split containing Sat/Sun
Is there a way to view 7 block across. Sat/Sun each having it's own block.
Typical of a standard calender.


Thanx,

LW
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Question by:lonewolf
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sunray_2003 earned 50 total points
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Dear lonewolf,

I think this should work

Right-click on Sat/sunday
go to Other settings

in the bottom uncheck "compress weekend days"

Thanks,
Sunray
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by:lonewolf
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Awesome...................

Thanx
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