Set Working Days in Calendar in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev, VisiHow, Eng

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    The first thing that we need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen
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    In the start menu, we need to click Calendar
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    We wait for it to load.
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    Then, we need to click the gear icon to go to the settings
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    We click the icon.
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    We click "Calendar Settings"
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    Now, we might need to scroll down
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    In this case, we don't. There will be the "Days in Work Week" section. In this video, "Sunday" is not checked but "Monday" is. Everything from "Monday" through "Thursday" is checked. That means that there are four working days in this example.
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    We can add more days to the working week
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    For example, let's add Friday. We need to simply click and check "Friday". All of the remaining days will still remain checked.
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    We can uncheck "Friday"
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    Then, we will have the chance to uncheck "Thursday", and so on.
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    We set the settings according to our preference, and then we are free to click anywhere else
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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