Re: Highlight current day in outlook calendar

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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Only by clicking the Today button.

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Alt+O

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Diane Poremsky said:

I seem to have to press Alt+O to get to favorites, then Alt+O again to get
to Today and then Enter to actually highlight the current day.

I was just wondering if there was a way to do it in one operation instead of
three.

Thanks for your patience
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

you can change the keystroke used for either it or favs. tools, customize,
then click on the button.
 
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Diane Poremsky said:
you can change the keystroke used for either it or favs. tools, customize,
then click on the button.

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That is very helpful. No more questions!
Thanks a lot
 
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Hi. I'm using Outlook 2003. In Calendar, I prefer the 7-day week view.
Previously today's date was indicated by an orange bar. In changing some
computer setup, that went away. How can I get that back, or even have the
entire day highlighted? I've read all the posts here and nothing helps.
Thanks.

Diane Poremsky said:
Only by clicking the Today button.

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binks said:
How can I highlight the current day in Outlook 2002 Calendar views?
Particularly the Month view.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Did you change your Windows theme? That is the only thing I know that
affects the highlight.

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Jim said:
Hi. I'm using Outlook 2003. In Calendar, I prefer the 7-day week view.
Previously today's date was indicated by an orange bar. In changing some
computer setup, that went away. How can I get that back, or even have the
entire day highlighted? I've read all the posts here and nothing helps.
Thanks.

Diane Poremsky said:
Only by clicking the Today button.

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binks said:
How can I highlight the current day in Outlook 2002 Calendar views?
Particularly the Month view.
 
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I found a good way of highlighting today's appointments in weekly and monthly view using conditional formatting:

. go to Edit - Automatic Formatting
. click Add
. in the Name field enter "Today"
. in the Label field choose a color
. click on Condition...
. on Appointments and Meetings tab where it says Time:
. choose "starts"
. choose "today"
. click OK
. click OK
 

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