Guide To Repair Time Zones In Microsoft Outlook

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As specified by the user, Microsoft Office Outlook utilizes both the Coordinated Universal Time and the current time zone for its working. For instance, the time zone in Las Vegas or Washington State would be determined as UTC- 8 hours. Such a type of time zone is not what the user prefers but Outlook makes use of it because the Internet and various time zones follow this standard. There are a number of ways using which you can change, add or even adjust the time zones in Outlook. This way, you can reduce the calculations that you have to do in Outlook and help you keep track of appointments.

How to repair time zone in Microsoft Outlook

Repairing the time zones in Microsoft Outlook is not very difficult and can be done in a matter of just a few simple steps. Here is how you can do the same as recommended by the Microsoft repair help team.

  • Navigate to the official Microsoft page and download the Time Zone Update Tool for Microsoft Office Outlook 32-bit. Whenever there has been a time change, Microsoft Outlook adjusts the appointment created in the calendar. The software will make sure that the calendar appointments are altered according to the changes in the time zone.
  • Choose Tools and then Options. From the resulting options, select Calendar Options. Now from under the Advanced Options tab, select Time Zone. Here select the time zone that you wish to use.
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  • To set the new time zone and exit the Options windows, click OK. This option is useful if you are someone who travels frequently with your computer as you will be able to view two different time zones using this option. Since you will be able to view both the time zones, you do not have to worry about forgetting to change your time zone.
  • To choose the time, if you want to swap or change times, right click on the scale.

If you have any doubts regarding the same, all you have to do is navigate to the online Microsoft support website. Their huge database of FAQ’s has the best answers to any queries that you may have. If even that does not seem to fix your problem, contact the Microsoft repair team to speak to a technical expert who can help you resolve your issues.

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