Calendar - why only 8 until 4.30

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I notice that Calendar considers the working day to start at 8 and end at
5 - isn't there any way to adjust this?

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"Si" <si@dontbotherspamming.thisaddress> wrote in message
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>I notice that Calendar considers the working day to start at 8 and end at
>5 - isn't there any way to adjust this?
>

Tweaks2K2 allows you to change the hours of your working day.

http://www.tweaks2k2.com/
 
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On Thursday, "Si" wrote:

> I notice that Calendar considers the working day to
> start at 8 and end at 5 - isn't there any way to adjust
> this?

Mine doesn't....the first "slot" is 08:00 - 08:30 and the
last "slot" is 16:30 - 17:00. The 17:00 - 17:30 is shown
as grey and as non-working time.

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"Bryan Anderson" <mail@bryananderson.co.uk> wrote in message
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> On Thursday, "Si" wrote:
>
>> I notice that Calendar considers the working day to
>> start at 8 and end at 5 - isn't there any way to adjust
>> this?
>
> Mine doesn't....the first "slot" is 08:00 - 08:30 and the
> last "slot" is 16:30 - 17:00. The 17:00 - 17:30 is shown
> as grey and as non-working time.
>
> --


erm, isn't that what I said - if the day starts at 8 - then the first slot
is 8 to 8.30 and the last slot is 16.30 to 5 - therefore the day ends at 5.

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On Thursday, "Si" wrote:

> erm, isn't that what I said - if the day starts at 8 -
> then the first slot is 8 to 8.30 and the last slot is
> 16.30 to 5 - therefore the day ends at 5.

Sorry - munching on humble pie! I just read your post as
asking the same question I've been asked by two other new
PPC users this week - why does the working day end at half
past four....because that's the last time they see on the
working day.

Sorry 'bout that.

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Following up on myself.....I read it that was because
of your subject line!

Thought I was going mad there....

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"Bryan Anderson" <mail@bryananderson.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Following up on myself.....I read it that was because
> of your subject line!
>
> Thought I was going mad there....
>
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> Bryan Anderson <usenet@bryananderson.co.uk>

Of course, I meant that the last appointment was 4.30....

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Try Pocket Informant www.pocketgear.com.

Si wrote:
> I notice that Calendar considers the working day to start at 8 and end at
> 5 - isn't there any way to adjust this?
>
> Si.
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"Kari Hyvönen" <kari.hyvonen@pp3.inet.fi> wrote in message
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> Si kirjoitti:
>> I notice that Calendar considers the working day to start at 8 and end at
>> 5 - isn't there any way to adjust this?
>>
>> Si.
> Yes. There is a registry hack for this, see
> http://www.pc-counselor.com/how_to/#calendar

Cheers - worked a treat.

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