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How to show Calendar in two-week view in Outlook?

Normally, when we display a calendar in week view in Outlook, it only shows one week of this calendar. To view last/next week in this calendar, Outlook users have to click the Back / Forward button at the top of this calendar. See screen shot:

Actually, we can show only two adjacent weeks in a calendar easily in Outlook. See screen shot below:

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It’s quite easy to show two adjacent weeks in the month view of calendar in Outlook. And you can do as following:

First of all, shift to the calendar view, and get into the calendar folder which you want to show in two-week view.

Make sure the calendar is in the Calendar view. If not, change to the Calendar view with clicking the Change View > Calendar on the View tab (or click the View > Current View > Day/Week/Month in Outlook 2007).

Secondly, go to the Date Navigator at the top of Navigation Pane, and select adjacent two weeks, see screen shot below:

If your calendar is showing in Day/Work Week/Week/Month view, after selecting two adjacent weeks in the Date Navigator, it will show the selected two weeks only in the month view of current calendar. See screen shot above.

If your calendar is showing in Schedule View, after selecting two adjacent weeks in the Date Navigator, it will show selected two weeks in Schedule view.


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    Tami · 3 years ago
    I too would like to know how to have it always display 2 weeks at a time. This is pretty much the only way I view my calendar so every time I go in I have to select the 2 weeks.
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      Scott · 3 years ago
      So here's how to get a 2 week view maintaining the current day as the first day of the view and keep it as the default calendar view (works in Outlook 360 and I assume this works for previous editions)
      1. Click calendar "Day" view so only one day appears
      2. Hold down ALT and zero
      3. In the calendar navigator 10 days in advance will be highlighted
      4. Hold down the CTRL key and click the additional 4 days in navigator (following the 10 already highlighted) so you can now see a "14 day view"
      5. Now click the VIEW tab, then click Change View>Save current View as a New View and accept whatever default name is offered

      Hope this helps you as it did me!
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        kkc · 23 days ago
        Brilliant...! Thank you.
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        Chris · 1 years ago
        THANKS - I was o looking for this!
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        mary · 2 years ago
        Thanks so much for sharing this! In my version, this makes 14 continuous days appear (14 columns) instead of 2 rows of 7 days each. Am I doing something wrong or is this how it shows up for you as well?
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          Michelle · 26 days ago
          use the mouse pointer only to highlight the days in the calendar box (no shift, ctrl, etc.) just hold down the pointer and drag across the days you want
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        Bill · 2 years ago
        This did not work when I used the numbers from the 10 key number pad on the side, but when I used the numbers across the top of the keyboard it works. Your explanation of the steps was more clear than others I've read. Thanks
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        Olivia · 2 years ago
        this is exactly what I needed. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR SHARING THIS INFO!!!!!!
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    Joseph Myers · 4 years ago
    No -- This only works for 30-50 seconds; then there is some kind of refresh/update event which resets the view to Month view. How can you make the 2-week view persist indefinitely and not be automatically reset to Month ever minute? Thank you.