Since everyone who sees my Outlook calendar seems to be amazed by this, I’ll put links to the instructions here.
I’ve been working satellite operations, where everything is in UTC. I’ve been working weird hours, and frequently am unable to subtract six from a current (or future) UTC time. So I set up my calendar to look like this:
Here’s how it got that way:
- Switch Calendar views between 12-hour and 24-hour clock
- Change the work week – it’s normally Mon – Fri, and I changed it to Sun – Sat so that I could see full days for the whole week (satellite don’t know from weekends)
- Add a time zone – I added GMT, named it “zulu”, and disabled daylight savings. Change the calendar time scale – depends on your screen size, but 30 or 60 minutes enables me to fit 24 hours in the view (satellite doesn’t sleep, either)