Hi! The Outlook calendar can display your appointments for today, for the week and for the month. It’s easy to click a button to get the calendar view you want.
Did you know that you can view non-contiguous days in your calendar?
Go to the calendar in Outlook: to get there, you can use the icon, the ‘Go’ menu, or press ctrl + 2. (Microsoft often gives us 3 ways to do things).
You can display multiple, non-contiguous dates in the Calendar by going to the monthly calendar display in the upper left of the Calendar window and Ctrl-clicking on the dates you want to view. Each date you Ctrl-click will appear as a column in the main Calendar display. You can also display any contiguous range of dates by dragging the mouse over a series of dates on the monthly calendar.
Very cool, eh?