Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
To respond to a meeting request:
In the meeting window, in the Reading Pane , or on the shortcut menu that appears
when you right-click the meeting request, click Accept , Tentative , or Decline .
Choose whether to send a standard response, a personalized response, or no
response at all.
To propose a new time for a meeting:
In the meeting window or in the Reading Pane , click Propose New Time , and then in
the list, click Tentative and Propose New Time or Decline and Propose New Time to
open the Propose New Time dialog box.
You can respond to a meeting request by proposing a different meeting time.
In the Propose New Time dialog box, change the meeting start and end times to the
times you want to propose, either by dragging the start time and end time bars or by
changing the date and time in the lists, and then click the Propose Time button.
In the meeting response window that opens, enter a message to the meeting
organizer if you want to, and then click Send to send your response and add the meeting
to your calendar as tentatively scheduled for the original meeting time. If the meeting
organizer approves the meeting time change, you and other attendees will receive
updated meeting requests showing the new meeting time.