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As the screenshot below, I want to get rid of the period from 0AM to 5AM which is useless to me. How can I do that?

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Go to your calendar settings and then to Laboratory tab. The lab "Hide morning and night" does what you want.

Now your calendar would only show something if you actually have something planned within that window. There is a slider to adjust the times that are hidden.

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"The first lab" isn't going to be very helpful when Google changes what's in the Labs. –  Al E. Apr 16 '12 at 15:01
    
I have enable the lab, ie. Hide morning..., but nothing happen. Can you give some screenshot of your calendar result? –  Nam G VU Apr 21 '12 at 10:09
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Before: puu.sh/r30T, after: puu.sh/r31g –  Tschareck Apr 23 '12 at 7:19
    
@Tschareck Lovley. I'm wondering why it didn't work for me... –  Nam G VU Apr 30 '12 at 8:21
    
@Tschareck It works for me now. I explain why in my answer so as to have image in the post. Thanks again. –  Nam G VU May 1 '12 at 2:51
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Thanks to @Tschareck, we use the google calendar lab "Hide morning and night".

There is a slider to adjust the times that are hidden

which means it does NOT hide the time at first and add a slider for us to adjust the time as below screenshot.

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