How to change the weather temperature unit to Celsius/Fahrenheit in Outlook?
By default, the temperature unit of forecast weather is Fahrenheit in the Weather Bar above Outlook calendars. But some users are familiar to the Celsius, such as 15. Here, in this article I will guide you to change the weather temperature unit to Celsius or Fahrenheit easily in Outlook.
To change the temperature unit to Celsius or Fahrenheit in the Weather Bar in Outlook, please do as follows:
1. Click File > Options to open the Outlook Options dialog.
2. In the Outlook Options dialog, please click Calendar in the left bar, go to the Weather section, and check the Celsius option (or Fahrenheit option) as you need. See screenshot:
3. Click the OK button.
When returning to the calendar, you will see the temperature unit has been changed to Celsius (or Fahrenheit). See screenshot:
(1) The Weather Bar is a new feature since Outlook 2013.
(2) The Weather Bar only shows in Calendar view or Preview view, and you can enable the views by clicking View > Change View > Calendar or Preview in a calendar folder.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 4 months agoThis is a bug by Microsoft.Pretty much only one country in the world still uses Fahrenheit so Microsoft should actually use the regional settings in Windows.How can Microsoft developers mess up to the point that they don't use there own internationalization APIs?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoVery very useful thanks
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoVery helpful - thanks