How do I set new appointment duration default to 50 minutes?

How do I set new appointment duration default to 50 minutes?

Post by dG5hdGUxMj » Sun, 04 Mar 2007 01:48:27


When I migrated to Office 2007, most of my settings migrated but the setting
for default appointment/meeting duration did not. All of my appointments in
Outlook 2007 start with a duration of 30min - I prefer 50min. I looked under
Calendar Options - No joy. Anyone found this one? Thx, Nate
 
 
 

How do I set new appointment duration default to 50 minutes?

Post by Sm9jZWx5bi » Wed, 07 Mar 2007 08:54:41

How did you set this up in your previous version? Usually, whatever time
interval you had set on the Daily view of the calendar would be the default
for new appointments. You would right-click the time scale and choose the
desired interval from the list in the context menu. I don't remember there
being a 50-minute interval there, though...

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How do I set new appointment duration default to 50 minutes?

Post by dG5hdGUxMj » Wed, 07 Mar 2007 18:25:28

Thx Jocelyn, just a typo - 5 is close to 6. Your answer got me going - I had
set it with the previous version once upon a time but couldn't remember how
and didn't find it in help. I still don't know why this setting didn't
migrate but I'm a happy camper . . . and busily filling my calendar with 60
minute appointments thanks to you :)