Showing the day of the year in Outlook, i.e. day 128 or 364.

We just moved from Lotus Notes to Outlook and a user is asking me about the following.  Notes used to have a feature where it told you the day of the year.  Somewhere between 1-365.  April 6, today is day 100 for example.  Does Outlook 2007 have this feature?
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apache09Commented:
Outlook 2007 does not have this inbuilt functionality.
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apache09Commented:
However you can show week numbers in the Month View and Date Navigator

To turn on go to Tools>Options>Calendar Options>Under Calendar Options check Show Date View in the Month View and Date Navigator
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Strict_MachineAuthor Commented:
Is there a free website with this tool somewhere?
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apache09Commented:
There is a 3rd party app you can use that shows this in your task bar, but alas its not free.
http://www.regnow.com/softsell/nph-softsell.cgi?item=1488-13&affiliate=27611
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apache09Commented:
The closest thing to free you will get is the Calendar Print Assistant for 2007.
Then you may be able to modify the template to show these days.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101687211033.aspx
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2007/editcpao.asp
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apache09Commented:
Any particular reason for the "B" Grade?

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