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Hide certain hours in Calendar view of Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hello,

For viewing the calendar in Outlook (2010), is there a way to eliminate or hide certain portions of the day? I never have anything scheduled between midnight and 6:00 AM so it would be nice to always have those hours hidden.

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You can set your working hours like this:-

To change your work days and times, do the following:

Click the File tab, Click Options, Click Calendar

Under Work time you can set your work hours by providing a Start time and End time.
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