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Outlook 2007

How can I switch time zones?

RE: Outlook 2007

Hi Michael

Thanks for your post

The best way the switch time zones is to go to your calendar in a day view and right click the times on the lefthand side of the day and select time zone then add an additional time zone
then label one of them (you wont normally have premission to do this) but click swap time zones and click OK

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Fri 30 Jan 2009: Automatically marked as resolved.


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