Did you know? You can add another time zone to your Outlook calendar

I currently work for a company that operates over two time zones (Melbourne/Sydney and Adelaide).  Some times when we book meetings the time zone thing can throw some people off.  So it is good to see that Outlook 2007 now has the facility to add another time zone to your calendar.  Now you can see what time the meeting is scheduled for in both time zones.

To add another time zone, go to Tools | Options… in Outlook

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On the Preferences tab, click on Calendar Options…

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On the Calendar Options dialog, click on Time Zone…

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On the Time Zone dialog enter MELB as your current Windows time zone Label, tick the Show an additional time zone check box, enter ADEL as the Label and choose (GMT+09:30) Adelaide as the Time zone. NB: You can replace use your own labels and choose your own time zones. Click OK three times.

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Now you calendar shows both time zones.

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5 Responses to Did you know? You can add another time zone to your Outlook calendar

  1. SuperWinona says:

    Yo, this is indeed a time-saving feature. Easier to get there if you right-click on the time-bar to the left of the appointments — day-view only. Also, watch out for Whole-Day Appointments: They WILL leak into an adjacent day in the other timezone.

    Regards,
    SuperWinona

  2. karin says:

    how about adding three or more????
    please reach out…thanks kindly,
    k
    9olives@gmail.com

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