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Changing the time from military to civilain

My calendar shows the hours in a day at military like 14:00 for 2:00 p.m. I would civilian time.

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Re: Changing the time from military to civilain

Start | Settings | SYstem | Regional Settings | Time . Change the Time Style.

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