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Display week numbers in Outlook calendar?

Posted on 2006-06-12
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I think the GUI for the calendar could be better .............. aside from my question which is:

Display week numbers in Outlook calendar?
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Ive office 2003
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Click on Tools->Options->Preferences Tab click on Calendar Options button(in Calendar frame)->Click on Check box for "Show week numbers in data navigator"(in calendar options frame)

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Cool I was searching for that everywhere.
Thanks again.
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