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    Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    I would like to alter the time and calendar in my Asus notebook with Windows XP? Please provide steps for the same.



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    imman Array
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    Smile Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    ## HI ##



    ## To set the time ##

    #_# Go to Start->Control Panel #_#


    #_# Click on
    Date and Time #_#


    #_# Now
    Date and Time properties will be shown #_#


    #_# Set the
    time #_#


    #_# Select the
    time zone to change the time zone #_#




    ## To set Calendar ##


    #_# Go to Start->All programs->Windows Calendar #_#


    #_# Click on
    File then select New Calendar #_#


    #_# In the new calendar box,give the
    name and press Enter #_#


    #_# You can also change the color by clicking
    color at the Details pane #_#




    ## Thank you ##

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP




    dear friend,

    Your question is not clear to me.

    Do you want to change time/date in your computer !

    Then follow the steps to do so-

    Go to Control Panel.

    Click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.

    You may also open it from date & time dialog box in taskbar.

    Now go to Date & Time.

    Click on the Day settings & set the date, the month and the year.

    Click on the Time settings to set the time.

    Now click on OK to save changes.

    By this way you can change your date/time settings in the calender app in windows XP.

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    all you need to do is right click on time you can see that at bottom right corner of the screen ...
    Then select set time then it will open a window containing advanced options like GMT continent, time format, etc.... After that apply to save.....

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

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        dialog box to open.
      • 4Select "Restore my computer to an earlier time" and click on the "Next" button to continue. Wait for the "Select a Restore Point" dialog box will open. The dialog box will consist of a calendar. Select the date you purchased your computer, or a close estimate. Click on the "Next" button to continue.
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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP




    dear friend,

    Follow these steps to set time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP-

    Click on the Start button.

    Go to the Control panel.

    Click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.

    Click on the Customize & Customize Regional Options window will open.

    Select the Date tab & set the date.

    Select the time tab & set the time with the mode of display-whether it will be in 12Hrs mode or 24 Hrs mode.

    Now click on OK & Apply to save changes.

    Hope this info will guide to to change time & calender.

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    To change Date and Time and Time Zone

    · Click on the Start
    · Go to the Control panel.

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    · Click on Date and Time.

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    · Adjust your calendar and time according to your convenience

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    Click on the Time Zone tab to set your current Zone or whichever you want,

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    · Then click apply and OK


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    Good luck
    Mrinal

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    Setting the Date and Calender in window xp

    • Click on the Start button then Go to the Control panel.
    • Click on the Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.
    • Click on the Customize & Customize Regional Options window will open.
    • Select the Date and set the date and time.
    • click on OK & Apply to save changes.

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    Dear friend...this is simple processyou have to follow some steps1. Click on start button2. Go to control panel3. Click on Date, Time, Language and Regional Option4. Click on Customize and customize regional option5. select the date and set the date and time6. Click on OK and apply to save settingsthat;s ithope this will help youthank you for asking us

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    Re: Setting time and calendar in Asus notebook with Windows XP

    To change the date and time
    1.Go to start and go to control panel.
    2. Click on date and time.
    3.Click on the Day settings & set the date, the month and the year.
    4.Click on the Time settings to set the time.
    5.Click on OK .

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