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. Select one of the Recurrence options from the drop-down list, and 7
then other appropriate choices, depending on your recurrence rate.
Here are the recurrence settings you can choose:
Daily: Indicate either the number of occurrences or the date on
which the activity stops.
Weekly: Indicate how many weeks between each activity, the day
of the weeks, and either the number of occurrences or the date on
which the activity stops.
Monthly: Indicate if the activity occurs on a given day of the week
or date, and either the number of occurrences or the date on
which the activity stops. Figure 7-5 shows an example of an activity
that repeats the first Monday of the month for a year.
Yearly: The activity starts on the start date you set in Step 3;
indicate the number of occurrences or the end date.
8. Click Save.
You now have a real live scheduled activity!
Figure 7-5:
Scheduling
a recurring
monthly
meeting.
You can see your activities on your calendar. You can see any reminders
you’ve set in the Reminders area of the Personal Calendar.
If you asked to receive e-mail reminders, be sure to look for them in your
Office Live e-mail.
Editing your activities
Like all the best-laid plans of mice and men, your activities will change —
and you need a way to make note of these changes in Office Live. Changing
an activity is all in the click. If you can see an activity, you can edit it. That
means you can edit your activities from the Day, Week, or Month calendars.
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