Every once-in-a-while a tip come along that makes you say “Huh! I didn’t know you could do that!” This is one of those tips.
Did you know you can display non-consecutive days in your Microsoft Outlook calendar view? You can. Here’s how easy it is:
- Open Outlook.
- Switch to Calendar view
- Click any day in the small calendar view on the left in the Navigation pane.
(No Navigation Pane? View–>Navigation Pane –> Normal)
- You will now see just the day you selected in the main calendar window
Now hang on Cowboys and Girls – Hold down the ALT key and click 2 or 3 or more days like this:
Holy Smokes! Look at the main window now – It’s the 3rd, 17th and 22nd – all in one window:
This will also work if you are viewing multiple calendars! Extremely handy when you want to see what everyone is doing next Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday . . . Or what you are doing for the next 3 Mondays and Fridays . . .Etc!
Play with it – you can select an entire week with random days attached . . . What do you think?!