Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using Your Calendar
Figure 17-7:
Save
information
about the
people you
know on
the New
Contact
form.
Using Your Calendar
As I write this, Microsoft has yet to complete the design for the Outlook.com
calendar (but has linked the current Hotmail, Windows Live, or Messenger
calendars to the new Outlook.com accounts). So what you see today may not
be what you see in a few weeks, though the features will likely remain. That’s
the wonder, and the bane, of web-based applications.
A word to the wise: Check your calendar regularly just to be sure that you’re
in the right place at the right time. And remember that your desktop Outlook
calendar links to your Outlook.com calendar.
Entering an appointment
If you’re a heavy-duty road warrior, you probably keep your calendar on a
smartphone for your own reference — but for everyone else, those
appointments and meetings are very likely on an Outlook Calendar. The
appointments and meetings that you post in Outlook are linked to Outlook.com, so
from any web-enabled device you can see where you should be and with
whom. Now you’ll know when you’re available for meetings, lunches, and
random tongue lashings.
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