How to View your Calendar in Outlook
Long gone are the days of wall calendars and personal planners; nowadays, Outlook keeps track of your calendar for you.
Outlook displays your calendar. When you switch to Calendar view, the commands on the ribbon will change as well.
Once you’re viewing the calendar the way you want, you can move through days, weeks, or months.
The calendar displays the next day, week, or month (depending on the view).
If you’re viewing a time where you have no events, Next Appointment and Previous Appointment buttons will appear on the right and left sides of the calendar.
Outlook jumps to the next event.
You can use the mini calendar on the left to jump to a specific date or week (depending on the view).
That date is displayed.
No matter where you are in your calendar, you can always return to the current date.
The calendar returns to the current date. You can also view the next seven days in your calendar for a snapshot of what’s ahead.
The next seven days are displayed.