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stacey1123

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I use Microsoft outlook at work to set up appointments, all our appointments are only 15 minutes appart, when I set up the and enter the start time (which I usually have to change and type in myself too) the end time of the appointment automatically go to 30 minutes and I have to type in the correct time. Is there a way through outlook to change the settings to 15 minutes instead of 30 minutes, like it is now?
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stacey1123,

If you are using Outlook 2007 you can do the following:

Go to your calendar, right click on the calendar time (which is listed to the left) then select the time scale you want.

If you are using Outlook 2003 follow this link:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP011136601033.aspx
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I have Microsoft Outlook 2002 SP3.
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stacey1123,

To change the time scale of your calendar in Outlook 2002:

1. Open your calendar in Outlook, right-click on the calendar grid then click the Other Settings option
2. Use the drop down arrow beside the Time Scale field to select the time scale you want to use. Click OK
3. Restart Outlook
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THANK YOU!!!!!!
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