Outlook 2003 appointment increments

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Hi all - I have somebody that wants to setup appointments in Outlook on a 15 minute increment. So I went in, changed the Other settings on the calendar, changed the time increment to 15 minutes and then thought that would do it. But, when he goes to pick the start time of the appointment, it is in 30 minute blocks on the hour and half hour (10:00, 10:30, 11:00 etc) He wants to pick 10:45 and doesn't want to type it in. Does anybody know how to change Outlook to allow this? thanks! Lirria

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Easily done ….

In Outlook open your calendar. Click either the “1 Day” or “5 Work Week” view.

Now right-click the blank gray area in the upper-lrft corner of the Calendar view and select the increment you want to see on the calendar.

This only works in the 1 and 5 day views.

You can also edit your time zones in your calendar options and add a Time Zone label. The area that you are to right-click will be the area where you time zone label shows.

You can also add an additional time zone to your Calendar time display.

btw … How’s the domain issue going?

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