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Outlook 2007 Change the defualt interval of new appointments

Posted on 2013-02-07
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Hi,
i'm looking for a way to change the default intervals for a new appointments in outlook 2007.
i'm not talking about the already exist intervals like: 60, 30, 15, 10, 6, and 5 minutes..
i would like to change it to 25 minutes or 55 minutes BY DEFAULT.
i was searching for a way to change it in the reg files but no luck.
any help will be appriciate :)
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Question by:Yairda
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Short answer is you cannot do that.  You are restricted to the preset options you noted above.

Chris
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by:Yairda
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yeah i've noticed.
but the question is, can i modify this preset?
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Sorry that was my point ... You cannot do that - i.e. you cannot change the presets.

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