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View week numbers in Office 2007 Calendar

Posted on 2010-09-23
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How to do this?

Also what week number is this please?
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Hi,

A good walkthrough, complete with screen shots of how to enable week numbers in the Calendar is here:  http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/outlook/add-week-numbers-to-microsoft-outlook-calendar/

Just follow the steps.

And it's week 38 (ISO Standard week number)
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Go to Tools, select Options, click on the calendar options button, then check mark the show week numbers in the month view and Date navigator.  The week can be formatted at the top of the options page  Sept 24 2010 is in week 39 of the default settings for Outlook calendar, ISO is week 38.
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