In Outlook calendar month view always want to see more future entries than past entries

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2008-02-09
When I click on the month view in Outlook 2003 Calendar, I always want to see about one week before and about three weeks after the current date w/o scrolling down. In other words the current date should always be close to the upper left corner of the calendar.  The reason is towards the end of a month when i click on the month view all I see are past entries and i have to scroll down to see the future entries.

Thank you.
Question by:occr
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    Expert Comment

    Hi - the behavior you're describing is the way Outlook works when you're clicking the Month view in the Calendar.  I checked a few settings, and did not find any way to alter that specific view.  

    I would say that the Month view is doing exactly what is expected - giving you a view of the month, without regard as to the day you're clicking the Month view button.

    Author Comment

    I know but i am asking if it can be changed because most of of the time i need to look at the future entries and not the past entries.
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    Expert Comment

    I understand.  I'm not aware of a way to do that beyond scrolling to the coming weeks after clicking the Month view.  I use the mouse scroll wheel and it only takes 2 seconds to get a few weeks down.

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    No solution has been posted. so i will be closing this question.

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