Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Setting up a Meeting
Creating an
Appointment or
Meeting
Note: If you don’t set an end time, Outlook assigns half an hour to the appointment.
All day event. When you need to set aside a whole day—maybe you’re going to
a wedding—turn on the “All day event” checkbox instead of selecting start and
end times.
Notes. Use the big text box to record any notes or need-to-know info about the
appointment.
3. ClickSave&Close(Alt,H,AV).
Outlook creates the appointment and adds it to your calendar.
Back in the Calendar folder, your new appointment appears in the date and time slot
you assigned it, as shown back in Figure 13-1. To open the appointment and view its
details, double-click it.
Setting up a Meeting
When you set up a meeting, you can schedule it and invite others to attend, all in one
step. Just follow these steps:
1. SelectHome NewMeeting(Alt,H1,MR).
A Meeting window opens. As you can see in Figure 13-3, this window looks just
like what you see for an appointment, except it has fields and buttons to send
out email invitations.
Figure 13-3:
The form for creating a
meeting looks like an
Appointment window, except
it adds a From line, a To
line, and a Send button—
that way you can send
out an email message
inviting others. Outlook
uses the meeting’s subject
as the Subject line of the
invitation.
Email
controls
 
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