Creating an appointment by selecting a time


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Creating an appointment by selecting a time

You don't have to use a form to create a new appointment or event, you can lay out the time directly in the Outlook calendar. First change to the view that you'll want to use, if you are going to schedule an event, then you can use the day, week or month view either any of the three because you can see the event in any of them. However, if you want to be able to set an appointment or meeting just a few hours then you'll actually need to switch to one of the views that would show you hours. So that would be Day, Work Week or Week view, any of the three of them.

If you would like to set an appointment for a single time unit then you just find the time, for example, if we're looking at a launch on the 27th, right here, just double-click and you'll get a half-hour appointment, and that's because this calendar is set up in half- hour increments, or if you'd like to do a longer time like an hour then select it and then just start typing. So you can click once for a h...

Creating an appointment by selecting a time
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Creating an appointment by selecting a time provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks

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Business
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Outlook
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