Making Appointments with Outlook Calendar 2007

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Making Appointments with Outlook Calendar 2007

  1. 1. John H. Evans Library & Learning Commons M AKING A PPOINTMENTS WITH O UTLOOK C ALENDAR 2007
  2. 2. SlideWhy use Outlook Calendar 3 SlideMake an appointment 8 SlideMake changes, send updates 15 SlideMore information and training 17
  3. 3. Why use Outlook Calendar for appointments?• At-a-glance availability information• Automatic reminders• Easy updates• Searchable record
  4. 4. At-a-glance availability informationThe Scheduling Assistant shows… My availability Invitees Invitees’ availability Good times to meet A key to availability
  5. 5. Automatic remindersBe reminded from 5 minutes to 2 weeks ahead of time
  6. 6. Easy updatesMake changes, e-mail updates to attendees Location Date or time Details, info, agenda
  7. 7. Search your calendarFind calendar items by keyword – great for reports!
  8. 8. Get started!Open Outlook:1. Start Menu2. All Programs3. Microsoft Office4. Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
  9. 9. Make an appointment!Click Calendar tab > New > Appointment.
  10. 10. Make an appointment!Fill in what, where, when, and details.
  11. 11. Make an appointment!Click Scheduling Assistant.
  12. 12. Make an appointment!Type names to invite. Check availability Dragging vertical lines will change times
  13. 13. Make an appointment!Click Send. Both attendees free
  14. 14. Make an appointment!The appointment shows on attendees’ calendars.
  15. 15. Make changes, send updatesTo make changes, double-click the appointment. Save! To cancel appointment – a cancellation e-mail will be sent Change date, time, place, reminders, attendees, etc. and click Send Update Writing a message is optional
  16. 16. Make changes, send updatesIf you haven’t clicked Save, you will receive a prompt tosave changes, or send updates, or cancel and return to theappointment for more editing.
  17. 17. More information and training• Microsoft Office Help menu: Microsoft Office Online• The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence: http://it.fit.edu/instructional/ctle.php• How to Geek: http://www.howtogeek.com/tag/microsoft-office

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