Go To Date function used to jump date quickly

    How can you quickly go to a date without scrolling through the calendar or Date Navigator?

The easiest way to do this would be to use the Go To Date function of the Calendar.

To use this function select the Calendar and press CTRL+G.
You can also find this function in the Go menu in Outlook 2007 and previous.
In Outlook 2010 you’ll have to press the expand icon Expand icon Ribbon of the Go To group.

There is more to this little dialog than it at first appears. You can actually use natural text and names of several holidays and events to quickly jump to their correspond date. For instance;

    * 3 weeks from now
    * Christmas
    * 2 days before Christmas
    * 2 months ago


These steps work in Windows XP and Windows 7.

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