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Change hours per day in calandar view

I didn't find how to configure this: A client want's to change the hours per day in the Outlook calendar 1day view. Going to 'Tools - Options... - Calendar Options...' I'm able to modify the 'Start time' and "End time' options. This time frame will then displayed in an alternate color in the calendar view. But the client want's to hide all hours that are outside this time frame. Is it possible to define a view where only the hours between 'Start time' and 'End time' will be displayed? Outlook is running in a MS Exchange Server enviornment.

Any ideas?
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ghana
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sunray_2003Commented:
Not sure what version of Outlook you have but with Outlook 2002 and in an non-exchange environment , i donot see anyway of getting what you need.

It would be interesting to know if other experts have got a solution for this

SR
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Hi Ghana, SR is correct, there is apparently not a way to do this in day view, but what is it your client needs to achieve? It would be dangerous if certain hours weren't displayed, as people could still sent meeting invites to those undisplayed times.

Maybe help your client explore different print options, or experiment with the week and month view
Best of luck
Karen
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ghanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your response! It's Outlook 2000 but I think there are no major differences to Outlook 2002 in the kind of calender views?!?

kfalandays, I do fully agree with your concerns. This kind of configuration doesn't make sense from my point of view. But there is one new employee who did work with Groupwise before and she is used to have such a view...
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ghanaAuthor Commented:
Although the request of the client could not be solved it's time to close this question. Sunray did post the answer first: Outlook can't do that.

Thanks for your comments!
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sunray_2003Commented:
Thanks , Ghana

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