Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding a Contact
To enter an appointment at a certain time, do this:
1. Click the line next to the time you want your appointment to begin.
2. Type a name for your appointment.
3. Press Enter.
If you want to enter more detailed information about your appointment —
such as ending time, location, category, and so on — see Chapter 8 for the
nitty-gritty on keeping track of all the details in your calendar.
Managing your schedule
Time management involves more than just entering appointments. If you’re
really busy, you want to manage your time by slicing and dicing your list of
appointments to see when you’re free to add even more appointments.
You can choose from several different views of your Calendar by clicking a
button at the top of the Calendar screen:
Day
Work Week
Week
Month
Schedule
If you need a more elaborate collection of Calendar views, choose one of the
views listed under the Change View button in the View tab in the Ribbon. To
really master time management, see Chapter 8 to see the different ways you
can view your Outlook Calendar.
Adding a Contact
When it’s not what you know but who you know, you need a good tool for
keeping track of who’s who. Outlook is a great tool for managing your names
and addresses, and it’s just as easy to use as your Little Black Book.
To enter a new contact, do this:
1. Click the Contacts button in the Navigation bar.
2. Click the New Contact icon in the Ribbon.
The New Contact entry form opens.
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