Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using Your Calendar
Do I have to say it? (Probably . . .) If you want your Outlook 2013 data and your
Outlook.com data to sync automatically, you must be using the same e-mail
address on both systems. Your calendar data won’t be the same if you sign up
for an Outlook.com e-mail account but use a POP account from another
service on Outlook 2013. You can have multiple e-mail accounts on Outlook.com;
just create a new one and link it to the preferred account you’re using on the
desktop version of Outlook.
To enter an appointment, follow these steps:
1. Click Calendar in the Ribbon.
The calendar shows your appointments (see Figure 17-8).
2. Click the New button on the toolbar at the top of the screen.
The Add an Event form appears.
3. Click the What box and enter a name for your appointment.
Enter something that describes your appointment, such as Meeting with
Bambi and Godzilla.
4. Click the Where box and enter a location for your appointment.
Hmmm, perhaps central Tokyo?
5. Click the arrow next to the Calendar box and choose the right calendar.
You can link multiple calendars to Outlook.com.
Figure 17-8:
Your
calendar displays
your
appointments.
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