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How to hide appointments and events from To-Do Bar in Outlook?

By default, the appointments, day events which you have created in the Calendar will be listed in the Appointments section of the To-Do Bar in Outlook. Sometimes, you may feel annoying and don’t want to see the whole list of them. Now, you can manually hide them from the To-Do Bar. Please follow the above tutorial to hide the appointments and events.

Hide all appointment and day events from To-Do Bar in Outlook 2007/2010

Hide all appointment and day events from To-Do Bar in Outlook 2013

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If you are using the Outlook 2007/2010, you can hide the appointment and day events from the To-Do-Bar as following methods:

Method 1:

1. Click View > To-Do-Bar > Appointments (in Outlook 2007) to remove the check mark before the Appointments item , see screenshot:

In Outlook 2010, go to View tab, and then click To-Do Bar > Appointments. See screenshot:

2. And the appointments and day events have been hidden from the To-Do-Bar.

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Note: To display these appointments, go to View > To-Do-Bar > Appointments to check the Appointments option.

Method 2:

1. Besides the above method, you can hide the appointments and events by clicking To-Do Bar > Options under View tab. See screenshot:

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2. In the To-Do Bar Options dialog:

If you uncheck the Show Appointments box, the Appointments section will be closed with the appointments and events in the To-Do Bar.

And if you keep the Show Appointments box checked and then uncheck the Show All Day Events box, all the appointments and day events will be hidden in Outlook 2010.

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3. Then click OK button.


arrow blue right bubbleHide all appointments and day events from To-Do Bar in Outlook 2013

Different with Outlook 2010/2007, in Outlook 2013, you need to hide all appointments and day events by hiding the whole Calendar section.

1. Click To-Do Bar > Calendar under View tab to uncheck the Calendar option.

2. Then the whole Calendar section has been hidden. See screenshots:

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Note: If you want to show the Calendar section, check the Calendar.


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