Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Reminders: Lists all appointments and tasks for which you’ve set
reminders, as well as the dates they were scheduled for.
Notes: Includes all personal notes you’ve created.
The Sharing, Tasks, Reminders, and Notes sections all have a set of
doublepointing arrows. If they are pointing upward, the section is expanded and
shows more information. When a section is expanded, each item appears as
a link; click it and you see the item in its entirety. (You’ll also see links that
start you creating a new item or take you to the list view.) If the arrows are
pointing downward, the section is collapsed and you don’t see any of the
items that are included in the list.
If you need more capabilities from your personal calendar, upgrade to the
Premium account. Chapter 17 talks about the business applications found in
a Premium account, including a supercharged scheduling system.
Scheduling a Meeting
If you want to rely on the Office Live personal calendar to keep track of your
activities, you need to know how to add them into the calendar. The first
thing you’ll probably want to do when using the personal calendar is set up a