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Make fonts bold in Outlook today Calender

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Hi,

In Outlook today under calender is it possible to make the appointment time say 12:00 - 13:00 bold or darker in colour ?

Cheers

Ian
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Hmm - Doesn't seem to give me the anwser - I want to change outlook today - which isn't listed...
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