Change the Calendar View in Windows 10

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    The first thing that we need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen to open up the start menu.
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    When the start menu opens, we need to locate and click the Calendar application.
    We wait for it to load. When Calendar loads, the default view will be of the month. In this case, Calendar shows us October 2015.
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    We can change the Calendar view.
    For example, we can click "Day". Only the day and the events that are scheduled for this day will be shown.
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    If we want to see the work week, we click the work week.
    It is located next to the Day icon in the upper-right corner of the window. In this video, five days have been set for the work week. Only five days will be seen.
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    If we want to set the whole week view, we need to click "Week".
    Then, we will see the whole week.
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    To go to the default view, we need to click "Month".
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    We can click on a day in a different month.
    For example, we can go to July by clicking dates of previous months on the left side of the window.
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    If we want to go back to the current date, we need simply to click "Today".
    It is in the upper-right corner of the window. Then, Calendar will go back to the current date.
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