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How to work with multiple calendars in Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Microsoft Outlook 2010 introduced some calendar enhancements that makes it easier to stay on top of your appointments and coordinate the schedules of everyone on your team.

  1. Click on “Calendar” icon in the navigation bar (refer the image).outlook 2010 1 calendar
  2. You can view calendars on your window screen.outlook 2010 2 calendars view
  3. Create a new calendar by right clicking on “Calendar” and selecting “New Calendar” from the popup.outlook 2010 3 new calendars
  4. “Create New Folder” dialog box appear on your screen. Type the name of calendar. You can see the “Folder contains:” drop-down has “Calendar Items” as the value. Click “OK”.outlook 2010 4 calendars create
  5. All calendars you add  will be visible on your screen (refer image).outlook 2010 5 display all calendars
  6. If you need to view the calendars of everyone in your team at the same time, you can create a calendar group. Begin by clicking “Calendar”. Right click on “My Calendars” and select “New Calendar Group” option from the popup menu.outlook 2010 6 calendar group
  7. Enter a name for the group.outlook 2010 7 my calendar group
  8. Select the names of the calendars you want to add to this group, or you can drag and drop calendars in this group.outlook 2010 8 calendars show group
  9. When you select the new group created, then all calendars will be visible on your screen at same time.outlook 2010 9 calendars available
  10. If you will select “Calendar 1” calendar, the view will have all calendars from the group as well.outlook 2010 10 all calendars view
  11. If you uncheck “My Group” folder, only two calendars will be visible on your screen.outlook 2010 1 view two calendars


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