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Highlight Today in Outlook ?

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#1 twistofcain1976


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Posted 22 March 2005 - 12:25 PM

When i use outlook's Calander in full month view, it doesn't seem to highlight todays date ?
if i RMB and click "Go to Today" it jumps the cursur block thing there.
but is there a way to have today highlighted ? so that at a glance i can see it compared to say a day that i'm making an appointment edit in ?

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#2 LoLucky


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Posted 22 March 2005 - 01:52 PM

In OL2K i noticed if you click any date then click Draft (Or an non-calendar folder) then back to Calendar it highlights todays date

#3 Taurus227


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Posted 19 June 2013 - 09:50 AM

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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