In the Outlook calendar it is possible to view two consecutive days as it is possible to visit two non consecutive days too.
We take it for granted that you are already aware of the Calendar feature of MS Outlook and you might have also used it too. An important thing to note here is that in the Calendar view, you get to see the days totally depending upon the view you have set for a specific time period. Chances are high that often you might have thought to view some consecutive or non-consecutive days or dates in the Outlook Calendar. So, this is what we are going to deal with in this article and give you some details on how to view consecutive and non-consecutive days in the calendar feature of Outlook.
Now, let us first clear that what we mean when we say to see consecutive days in calendar. It means that you want to see the planned appointments and events for instance for the next 3 to 4 days. Interesting thing is that it is very easy to see an instant picture of the consecutive days in the Outlook Calendar. For this you simply need to first go to the Calendar Feature of Outlook and then press ALT along with the number of days for which you want to see the view. Take for example, pressing ALT + 3 will show you the next 3 days plan simultaneously with what you were currently doing in Outlook.
There are some different steps in case you wish to view the Non-Consecutive Days in your Outlook Calendar. For this, you will first need to open the Outlook Calendar and look for the current view and its thumbnail view that might either appear on the right hand or left hand side of your Outlook screen. Once you catch it, then just select the starting date that you wish to view and press and hold on the CTRL key. Now, while holding the b scroll through the mouse on the remaining dates that you wish to see. The best thing is that if you are not interested in dates but in different months, then you can also change the months by simply clicking the small arrows displayed on the thumbnail calendar.
The tips that we shared above will work perfectly fine on the 2000, 2003 and 2007 versions of MS Outlook. We, now assume that you have got a fair enough idea of how to make the best use of the Calendar feature in MS Outlook and not only see the normal view but also view the consecutive and non-consecutive days as per your choice.
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