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Chapter 4: Managing Your Time and Schedule
Chapter 4: Managing Your Time
and Schedule
In This Chapter
Understanding how the Calendar works
Going to different dates in the Calendar
Scheduling appointments and events
Rescheduling an activity
Getting different views of your schedule
The purpose of the Outlook Calendar is to keep you from arriving a day
late and a dollar short. Use the Calendar to schedule meetings and
appointments. Use it to make the most of your time. This chapter explains
how to go from day to day, week to week, and month to month in the Calendar
window. It shows you how to schedule and reschedule appointments and
meetings and look at your schedule in different ways.
Introducing the Calendar
Use the Calendar to juggle appointments and meetings, remind yourself where
you’re supposed to be, and get there on time. Surveying your schedule in
the Calendar window is easy. Merely by clicking a button, you can tell where
you’re supposed to be today, any given day, this week, this work week, this
month, or any month.
Figure 4-1 shows, for example, someone’s schedule during the work week of
October 29 – November 2 (a work week comprises Monday through Friday,
not Monday through Sunday). All you have to do to find out how busy you
are on a particular day, week, or month is gaze at the Calendar window. When
someone invites you to a meeting or wants to schedule an appointment, you
can open the Calendar and see right away if your schedule permits you to
attend the meeting or make the appointment.
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