Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The content area displays your calendar for a period of time that you select. The default
time period is one month; however, you will frequently find it more useful to display only a
day or a week at a time, to have a closer look at your activities for those time periods. You
can display a single day, your specified work week, a seven-day period, a month, or a
schedule view that shows a close-up view of a six-hour time period.
You can display the content for each time period in Calendar view, Preview view, List view,
and Active view. These options are available from the Change View list in the Current View
group on the View tab.
The ribbon in the Calendar module includes the File tab and the four standard module tabs:
▪ Home Includes the commands you need for creating calendar items, displaying
specific views of the calendar, managing other calendars and calendar groups, and
sharing the calendar with other people.
The Home tab of the Calendar module ribbon.
TIP The commands in the Lync Meeting group function only if Microsoft Lync is part
of your organization’s collaboration environment. Lync provides the capability not
only to commence real-time text, audio, video, and collaboration sessions with other
people in your organization, but also to invite internal and external attendees to
▪ Send/Receive Includes commands for synchronizing Outlook with your email
accounts. This set of commands is common to the Send/Receive tab in all modules.
The Send/Receive tab of the Calendar module ribbon.