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Calendar view appears. Microsoft Outlook 2007

    2. Click the Month tab to display the monthly calendar, as shown in Figure 15-1.

    Calendar view appears. Microsoft
Outlook 2007

    Figure 15-1:

    The monthly Calendar view in Outlook.

    3. Click the day that you want to schedule an appointment.

    Outlook displays the Day calendar view, as shown in Figure 15-2.

    Calendar view appears. Microsoft
Outlook 2007

    Figure 15-2:

    Day view lets you see the day divided into half-hour segments.

    4. Double-click a time, such as 10:00.

    The Appointment window appears, as shown in Figure 15-3.

    Calendar view appears. Microsoft
Outlook 2007

    Figure 15-3:

    The

    Appointment window lets you type in the details of your appointment.

    5. Click in the Subject text box and type a brief description of your appointment, such as Another boring meeting with Mike or Meet with reluctant client.

    6. (Optional) Click in the Location text box and type the location of your appointment, such as Break Room 10 or Back alley near the dumpster.

    If you often set appointments for specific locations, Outlook will remem­ber these locations. In the future, just click the downward-pointing arrow in the Location text box and then click a previously used location in the list that appears.

    7. Click in the second Start Time list box and choose a time. (You can also type a time directly in the Start time list box, such as 9:53.)

    8. Click in the second End Time list box and choose a time. (You can also type a time directly in the End time list box, such as 2:23.)

    9. Click in the big text box and type any additional information you want to store about your appointment, such as items you need to bring or information you want to remind yourself about the person you're meeting.

    10. Click the Save & Close icon in the Actions group.

    Outlook displays your appointment in Day, Week, or Month view of the calendar, as shown in Figure 15-4.

    Calendar view appears. Microsoft
Outlook 2007

    Figure 15-4:

    Outlook's

    Calendar shows your

    Appoint­ments for a

    Particular day.




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