Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
When opened from a calendar item window, the Backstage view includes commands
related to managing calendar items, such as saving items and attachments and closing,
moving, and printing items.
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The Backstage view of an appointment window.
Commands on the ribbon of a calendar item window are organized on four tabs: a main tab
specific to the type of calendar item and the Insert, Format Text, and Review tabs. The latter
three tabs are identical to those of other item windows.
The commands you use to create and manage calendar items are available on the main tab.
The tab name changes (Appointment, Meeting, or Event) depending on the type of item
you’re creating and whether you invite other people to attend. Regardless of the tab name,
commands are organized on the tab in six groups: Actions, Show, Attendees, Options, Tags,
and Zoom. You can create a calendar item by using only the commands available on this
tab. The tab also includes groups for Lync and Microsoft OneNote if these programs are
installed on your computer; you can use the commands in these groups to facilitate the
relationship between Outlook calendar items and that program.
TIP The Insert, Format Text, and Review tabs of the calendar item windows contain the
same commands as they do in other types of item windows.
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