How to Specify Days in Work Week for Calendar in Windows 10


Windows 10 has Mail and Calendar apps already built in. Mail and Calendar for Windows 10 from Microsoft help you stay up-to-date on your email, manage your schedule, and stay in touch with people you care about the most. Designed for both work and home, these apps help you communicate quickly and focus on what’s important across all your accounts.

When you first open the Calendar app for Windows 10, you'll see the default view of an entire month. If you want to switch your view, you can use the Day, Work week, Week, Month, or Year options to cycle between the various views. Several of the views have options you can configure from the Settings pane.

The work week view in Calendar shows you the days you've defined as work days.

This tutorial will show you how to specify days you want defined as work days to show while in work week view in the Calendar app for your account in Windows 10.


EXAMPLE: Days in Work week view in Calendar app
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Here's How:

1. Open the Calendar app from your Start menu.

2. In the Calendar app, click/tap on the Settings (gear) button at the lower left, and click/tap on Calendar Settings in the Settings flyout. (see screenshot below)

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3. In the Calendar Settings flyout, check (show) or uncheck (hide) the days you want under Days of Work Week for the work week view in Calendar, and click/tap on an empty area outside Calendar Settings to apply. (see screenshot below)

Days will get grayed out and ungrayed out as you check and uncheck other days.

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That's it,
Shawn