Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating a Meeting
In many ways, creating a meeting is the same as creating an appointment, as you learned how to do
in the previous chapter. As with an appointment, you can assign a meeting to a category, associate it
with one or more contacts, and so on. This section focuses on those aspects unique to creating a
meeting.
To create a new meeting, select Meeting Request from the New menu or press Ctrl+Shift+Q.
Outlook opens a new, blank meeting form as shown in Figure 12.1. This form is very similar to the
new appointment form. The differences are
n It has a Send button instead of a Save & Close button.
n It has a To field.
n It has a Cancel Invitation button in place of an Invite Attendees button.
You see how these new elements are used soon.
FIGURE 12.1
Creating a new meeting.
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