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How to Change Your Time Zone in Outlook

Whether you’re travelling for work, leisure, or have relocated to another country, chances are you might have to alter the timezone in Outlook to match your current location. This article will show you how you can do it.

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A time zone is an area that complies with the same standard time. There are over 24 time zones in this world.

Outlook gives you the option to modify your time zone to reflect your current location. It enables all Calendar views to update so that they disclose the new time. All Calendar items are also displayed to the changed time.

Office 365 users can enjoy having three separate time zones displayed in Calendar. While those who use other versions of Outlook, such as Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, or 2010 are limited to only two.

Users also have the option to have their daylight saving time (DST) update automatically on their device. Simply pick the Adjust for daylight saving time check box. Please note that this option is only available in time zones that use daylight saving time.

Here’s how you can add, remove, or change times zones in Outlook…

Changing your time zone

1. Click File tab.

2. Select Options.

3. Under Time zones, which you will on the Calendar tab, type a name for the current time zone in the Label box.

4. The Time zone list will pop up and simply select the time zone that you wish to use.

 

Add a time zone

1. Click File tab.

2. Select Options.

3. Under Time zones, which you will on the Calendar tab, pick the Show a second time zone check box. If required, select the Show a third time zone check box.

4. Type a name for the additional time zone(s) in the Label box.

5. The Time zone list will pop up and simply select the time zone that you wish to use.

 

Remove a time zone

1. Click File tab and select Options.

Under Time zones, which you will on the Calendar tab, clear the Show a second time zone check box, as well as the Show a third time zone check box if that applies.

Date: 23. Dec 2019
Author: Dinnie Muslihat
Tags: Calendar Microsoft Outlook Time Zone


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