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Microsoft Outlook 2010 – How to display multiple Calendar Time Zones

Microsoft Outlook 2010 calendar display will only show one time zone by default. However, within Microsoft Outlook 2010  you have the ability to show two Time zones of your choice. 

To setup two Time zones, do the following:

  • Select File > Options
  • Select Calendar
  • Scroll to the bottom to view the Time zones section. You should see the screen shown below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The first section within Time zones will be your default Time zone.  To show a second Time Zone, then do the following:

  • Select the option Show a second time zone
  • Add a name to the Label i.e. Auckland
  • Select desired Time zone i.e. (UTC+12:00 Auckland, Wellington)
  • Click OK to apply

Now you time zones are ready for display. Navigate to your Calendar and you should now see the Time zones beside each other as shown below.

Enjoy!

Greg Olsen
Yellow Duck Guy

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