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4.
If the appointment is an all-day event, make sure the All Day Event option is selected. An
all-day event marks one or more entire days as busy with no specific start and stop times.
5.
If the appointment is not an all-day event, make sure the All Day Event option is not
checked. Outlook will display fields for the start and stop times.
6.
To select a start or stop time, click the adjacent arrow and select from the list displayed
(see Figure 11.9).
FIGURE 11.9
Selecting the stop time for an appointment.
7.
Optionally, enter any desired notes in the field provided.
8.
Click the Save & Close button on the ribbon.
When you create an appointment that is an all-day event, Outlook does not mark the
time as “busy” but rather keeps it marked as “free.” If you want an all-day event to
display on the Scheduling Page as either “tentative” or “busy” you must explicitly select this option in
the Options section of the Event ribbon.
WARNING
Editing and Deleting Appointments
To edit an appointment, double-click it in Calendar view to open the appointment form. Make any
needed changes and click the Save & Close button on the ribbon.
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