How To Use Two Time Zones In Outlook


When you work in a busy office you may find that at times, you are working across multiple time zones.  Obviously, in this situation, it is critical to know the time in the other time zone so meetings will not be too early or late.

So, instead of fiddling around on the internet trying to figure out your time zones, let Outlook do it for you!  It is quick and easy and you will look like a rock star!

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  1. Simply go to Options | Calendar | Time zones |Show a second time zone.

Easy peasy!!


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Carol Bratt

Carol holds A+, MCP, and MOS computer certifications and is the resident DCT Office expert. She trains the staffs of small law firms in the use of Microsoft Office applications and has authored many books covering Microsoft Office as well as written articles for Infopackets, TechnoLawyer, and Digital Harbor. For more Microsoft Office tips visit Carol's Corner Office or follow Carol on FaceBook and Twitter.

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