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How to Add Another Time Zone to Calendar (Outlook 2016)

You can add a second time zone to your calendar to help you schedule appointments with people in other parts of the country.  For example, if your office is located in California, and you work with a customer that is…
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How to Use smaller time increments (Outlook 2016)

If you find that you are scheduling more meetings, and meetings of a shorter length (i.e. 15 minutes), you may want to change the time increments used in your calendar.  This will allow you to see all the meetings on…
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How to Duplicate an Appointment in Calendar (Outlook 2016)

If you have an appointment on your calendar and you would like to copy it to additional dates and/or times, follow the steps listed below.  This process is shown using Outlook 2013 but works exactly the same in Outlook 2016.
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How to Set up and Use Color Coded Categories for Calendar (Outlook 2016)

Utilizing color coding for appointments in your calendar will allow you to see your priorities and important appointments at a glance. Recommended minimum categories/colors: Boulders-Dark Orange (must do tasks & projects) Rocks–Yellow (Things you do to keep things running) Sand–default…
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