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Move To Specific Date

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Need to move to a specific date? Outlook Calendar's Go To command lets you move forward to a specific date.

Move To Specific Date

1. Go to your calendar. (Click the Calendar shortcut button from the left menu or select it from the Folder List.)

2. Click the View menu, point to Go To, and select "Go To Date..." from the menu that appears.

3. Type the date or click the down-arrow for a calendar.

4. Click OK.

5. You will now see the date that you selected to view.

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