How to Change the Color of Your Outlook Calendar

by eHow Contributor
Your calendar doesn't have to be boring black and white.

Your calendar doesn't have to be boring black and white.

If you get tired of seeing the same old boring color on your Outlook calendar, you can do something about it. Outlook includes an option for changing your calendar's background color, so you can personalize it to your taste. In fact, Outlook lets you change calendars individually or change all to the same color scheme.

Individual Calendar

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Click the "View" tab.

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Click "Color" in the Color grouping.

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Click the color you want to use for the background.

All Calendars

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Click the "File" tab and then "Options."

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Click "Calendar."

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Click "Default calendar color" under Display Options.

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Click to select the color you want for all calendars and check the "Use this color on all calendars" box.

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