Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
▪ Folder Includes commands for creating and working with calendars. From this tab,
you can create a new calendar, manipulate an existing calendar, share a calendar with
other Outlook users and specify what each user can do with the shared calendar,
open a calendar that you’re not currently connected to, and control the behind-the-
scenes behavior of a calendar.
The Folder tab of the Calendar module ribbon.
TIP From a structural point of view, a calendar is simply a folder that contains
calendar items. By virtue of specifying the Calendar type of folder, it is subject to the
display options allocated to calendars and is managed with other calendars. For
information about creating calendars, see “Working with multiple calendars” in
Chapter 8, “Manage your calendar.”
▪ View Includes commands for viewing and arranging calendar items, changing the
layout and appearance of the Calendar module, displaying missed reminders,
opening multiple calendars in separate windows, and closing open calendar item windows.
The View tab of the Calendar module ribbon.
SEE ALSO For information about calendar views, see “Displaying different views of a calendar”
in Chapter 5, “Manage scheduling.” For information about changing default settings for the
Calendar module, see “Configuring Office and Outlook options” in Chapter 11, “Customize