Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Getting Reminders
Editing Events
Tip: In the main Calendar window, when you click any event, the Recurrence button appears on the
Calendar Tools contextual tab. (Press Alt, H2, E if you’re using keyboard shortcuts.)
The Appointment Recurrence dialog box has three sections:
Appointment time. Set the start and end times for the recurring appointment.
When you do, Outlook automatically adjusts the duration.
Recurrence pattern. In this section, tell Outlook how often the event occurs
and on which day. For example, you might have a meeting that happens every
Monday at the same time.
Range of recurrence. This section specifies how long the recurring event goes
on. Pick a start date and specify a number of occurrences or an actual end date,
or tell Outlook to keep rescheduling the recurring event indefinitely.
When you’ve specified the event’s pattern and range, click OK to create the event.
Figure 13-6:
Tell Outlook how often and for how long
an event recurs, and Outlook takes care of
adding the event to your schedule.
Getting Reminders
Every memory needs a little jogging now and then. Even when you’ve faithfully
added all your upcoming meetings to your calendar and every task you can think of to
your to-do list, you might forget to check or just lose track of the time. That’s when
you’ll be glad of Outlook’s reminders.
 
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