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    Additional Clocks

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    How to Add Additional Time Zone Clocks in Vista
    Additional Clocks

    How to Add Additional Time Zone Clocks in Vista

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    Vista can display up to three clocks: one for the local time, and two for the time in other time zones of your choice. This will show you how to add an additional Time Zone clock.

    EXAMPLE 1: Left Click on Time
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    EXAMPLE 2: Hover Pointer Over Time
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    Here's How:
    1. Left click on Time (clock) on the taskbar and click on Change date and time settings. (See example 1 above)
    A) Go to step 4 below.
    OR

    2. Right click on Time on the taskbar and click Adjust Date/Time.
    A) Go to step 4 below.
    OR

    3. Open the Control Panel (Classic View), and click on the Date and Time icon.

    4. Click on the Additional Clocks tab. (See screenshot below step 8)

    5. Check Show this clock to add a clock.
    NOTE: You can add one or both clocks.

    6. Click on the Select time zone drop down arrow and select one from the list you want displayed on this clock.

    7. Enter a display name for this clock.
    NOTE: You can type up to 15 characters.

    8. Click on OK.
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    That's it,
    Shawn




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    Re: Additional Clocks

    tjs again shawn...i will be know about vista tips..

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    wow... i cant do it.. my clock doesn't have the image that you posted.

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    Hello Jud, and welcome to Vista Forums.

    Could you post a screenshot of what you see instead?

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    Brink this is what my clock look..

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    Hello Jud,

    See if you may be able to right click on the time clock on the taskbar and click Adjust Date/Time instead, then be able to follow the rest of the tutorial.

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    it is the same.. the same output will show up on my screen..

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    Re: Additional Clocks

    Umm, ok Jud. Have you tried the Control Panel option from step 3 as well? Could you post a screenshot of what you see when you click on Date and Time from the Control Panel?

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