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Canceling, Rescheduling, and Altering Activities
Using an e-mail message to
schedule an appointment
Here’s a neat little trick that can save you time
when e-mail correspondence has to do with
scheduling an appointment. To get a head start
on scheduling, drag the e-mail message from the
Inbox folder to the Calendar folder in the Folder
pane. On the theory that you want to
schedule an appointment around the information
in the e-mail message, the Appointment
window appears on-screen. For the subject
of the appointment, Outlook enters the subject
of the e-mail message. The text of the e-mail
message appears in the window as well. Fiddle
with the particulars of the appointment and
click the Save & Close button.
Book VI
Chapter 4
Canceling, Rescheduling, and Altering Activities
Canceling, rescheduling, and altering appointments and events is pretty
easy. You can always double-click an activity to open an Appointment or
Event window and change the particulars there. And you can take advantage
of these shortcuts:
Canceling: Select an activity, go the (Calendar Tools) Appointment tab,
and click the Delete button. When you click the Delete button to cancel a
recurring activity, a drop-down list appears on the Delete button so that
you can delete one occurrence of the activity or the entire series.
Rescheduling: Drag the activity to a new location in the schedule.
Release the mouse button when the activity is in the new timeslot.
Changing start and end times: In Day, Work Week, or Week view, move
the pointer over the top or bottom of the activity and start dragging
when you see the double arrow.
Changing the description: Click in the activity’s box and start typing or
editing.
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