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Marking an appointment as private.
Click to mark private
Determining How an Appointment Displays on the Scheduling Page
Outlook’s Scheduling Page provides a quick visual view of your schedule and the schedules of
other people whose calendars you have imported. It is a very useful tool for finding time that is
free for all the people you want to attend a meeting. Using the Scheduling Page is covered in detail
in the next chapter.
An appointment in your calendar can display in one of several ways on the Scheduling Page —
Busy, Tentative, Out of Office, or Free. This affects both your own Scheduling Page as well as that
of other people with whom you are sharing your calendar. When you create an appointment, you
can specify how it will display. The default is “busy” (except for all-day events as mentioned earlier
in this chapter). To do so, click the Show As list on the Appointment ribbon and select from the
list (see Figure 11.17).