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    Exchange/Outlook 2013 - 2 Week timetable

    I've been asked by the senior deputy head to make the outlook calendar display which week we're on of our new two week timetable come September. Any suggestions on the best way of doing that would be greatly appreciated.

    I did originally think all day events each week but I suspect that would mess up seeing who's available when

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    All day event set with availability set to free.

    We have a shared calendar with this sort of information recorded managed by one of the admin team.

    Everybody is required to add the calendar to their outlook.

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