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Using Time Zones

You probably don't think too much about time zones unless you're a frequent traveler. After all, other than the beginning and end of daylight saving time, most people never even think about what time zone they're in unless they're calling someone in another time zone. However, if you regularly communicate with people in other time zones or need to schedule online meetings or conference calls with people in other time zones, Outlook's capability to work with time zone information and even display two time zones on your calendar can be very helpful.

Setting the Time Zone

Outlook uses time zone information directly from Windows when performing its initial setup. You can change your time zone from within Outlook as well. Any changes you make to the time zone in Outlook will also affect your time zone in Windows. To view the current time zone setting, select Tools, Options, Calendar Options, Time Zone to display Figure 12.35.


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