To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoHi Adeel,
This method works well in Office 2010/2013/2016 desktop applications. Please note that you should right click any one of appointments on the specified day and mark it as busy, tentative, …
How to bold dates in small calendar on Navigation Pane in Outlook?
Have you ever noticed that dates are marked as bold in the small calendar on the Navigation pane if appointments are scheduled on these dates as right screenshot shown? However, some dates are not marked as bold even if containing appointments. Here, this article will guide you to fix the problem, and bold dates with appointments in the small calendar.
To mark a date as bold if appointments exist on this date in the small calendar on Navigation Pane, please do as follows:
1. In the Calendar view, go to the small calendar on Navigation Pane, and click to open the specified date which you will mark as bold in the Day view. See screenshot:
2. Now the specified date is opening in the Day view. Please right click one of appointments scheduled on the date, select Show As, and then select any options except Free in the context menu. See screenshot:
And now the specified date is bold on the small calendar on Navigation Pane as soon as possible.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThis tip does not work for Outlook 2013/2016, and I doubt that Microsoft has included it back in Outlook 2019 either.