Outlook 2007 - view appointment times in Monthly view just like Outlook 2003 did.

Posted on 2007-08-01
Last Modified: 2010-01-19
Hey everyone,

I'm trying to make Outlook show the appointment times in the Monthly view.  Outlook 2003 shows the appointment times in Monthly view by default...can 2007 be made to look the same way.  This is really important to executives that want to print their calendars out in the monthly view to times of the appointments.


Notice that the time is not listed in the individual calendar appointments.  Outlook 2003 did list the appointment times by default.

What would I click to make them appear?

Thanks a lot,
Question by:inverted_2000
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    Assisted Solution

    Is this what you are asking?  I am not a heavy Outlook 2007 user yet.

    In Calendar, on the View menu, point to Arrange By, point to Current View, and then click Customize Current View.
    Click Other Settings.
    Do any of the following:
    To change the day display, change the Time Font, Font, and Time scale.
    To display appointment end times, under Week or Month, select the Show end time check box.
    To display weekends together, select the Compress weekend days check box.
    To display appointment times as miniature clocks, under Week or Month, select the Show time as clocks check box.
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    Author Comment

    Somewhere in there...

    We're trying to see the start time that doesn't show up unless the calendar entry is stretched across 2 days.

    It's like all the bubble GUI work takes up too much room and then one has to mouseover the appointment to see the start time.
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    Accepted Solution

    go into outlook -> calender -> view - >current view -> Customise view-> fields option at the top.

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    Author Comment

    Hey guys ,

    It was already set...but their screen resolutions are too big to see everything.

    Thanks again,
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    Expert Comment

    ^ nice.

    Gotta love it when that happens. :)
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    Expert Comment

    If I read your question correctly, the view you're asking about is already available in Outlook 2007 without doing anything to set it up.

    In your calendar, select Month & to the right, select Details: High

    The screenshot you linked to shows the Week view, which doesn't have this capability, afaik.

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