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Show two weeks at a time in Outlook Calendar - How?

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How do I show 2 weeks at a time in Outlook 2007 Calendar?

I found this article that shows how to view 1-10 days by clicking alt+days <where days is 1-9,0>

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011245381033.aspx

However, I would like to show 14 days (2 weeks)
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In outlook 2007 when you click on calendar it will display (by default) the current month and next two months on the top left (where folders are when in Mail) .  Simply click and drag to hightlight / select the date range you want displayed and it will display your selection on the right.
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Superman,

When I change to email or close outlook, it reverts back to monthly. How do I make the 2 week view the default open view?

If I do alt-0 to show 10 days, this will stick, but the selection method you mention goes away.

Thanks!
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Hi - there are some calendar add-ins that may have the 2-week view you're looking for.  Here is a list of them:

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar.htm
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