Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1. Click the list view you’d like to print.
For example, if you want to print your Task List, click Tasks from the
Personal Calendar Navigation bar. The appropriate list opens, complete
with all the items you’ve so painstakingly entered.
2. Click Print View.
You list transforms into a nice, clean-looking list.
3. Click the Print button on your browser’s toolbar.
Your printer window opens.
4. Click OK to print your list.
If you’d like, feel free to pat yourself on the back and say, “ Darn , I’m good
as you affix your beautifully designed list to the company bulletin board.
Sharing Your Calendar
When you were little, your mother taught you to share. Now that you’re all
grown up, sharing has become a necessity.
One of the great benefits of Office Live is that you can share your Personal
Calendar with others. And you can decide not only who accesses your
calendar, but what they can access.
You can share your calendar with others in several ways:
One-to-one free/busy: A specific person can view the times on your
calendar when you are free or busy, but can’t view any of your appointment
details (such as location or appointment title).
One-to-one full: A specific person can view your complete schedule,
including appointment details.
Public free/busy: Anyone connected to the Internet can view the times
on your calendar when you are free or busy, but can’t view any of your
appointment details.
Public full: Anyone connected to the Internet can view your complete
schedule, including appointment details.
Sharing your calendar with a single user
Your first decision when sharing your personal calendar is to decide whether
select individuals can access your calendar, or whether you want to open it
up to the Internet world at large. Typically you’ll want to share your calendar
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