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We're on SharePoint 2013 Foundation. Some of our staff travel out of the office for several days at a time. If they create a calendar entry with a Start Time on one day and the End Time on another day, even when the End Time is specified i.e. 1:30PM, the Calendar entry itself stretches across the top of that day, giving the impression that the person is out that entire day. It does not show the hard End Time correctly. Short of having staff enter multi-day absences as individual day entries for each day gone, is there a setting to force the End Time to show accurately? 

TIA!


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Denis Kelley
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Denis Kelley

I think that is more a limitation. This is actually a list being represented in a calendar view, not really a calendar per se.

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HypaSnipa
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HypaSnipa

I don't believe the calendars actually extend the event to show the times (frustrating and stupid, I know)

You could just display the times on the event bar itself... Don't know if that works for you or not..

1.  Create one calculated column titled Event Time and use this formula:

=TEXT([End Time],”h:mm AM/PM”).

2. Create another calculated column titled Summary and use this formula:

=”to “&[Event Time]&” : "&Title

3. In the Calendar view select the following columns to display under “Calendar Columns”.

Month View Title = Summary,

Week View Title = Summary,

Day View Title = Summary, leave the rest as default choices. 

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