Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Day, Week, and Month views, part of Outlook 2007: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks.
In Outlook 2007 a view is nothing more than the arrangement of elements on the screen.…In the calendar, this is the default view.…It's a new view for Outlook 2007, a new version of Day, Week, Month view.…It looks similar to a view that we've had in prior versions of Outlook, but…this has some additional bells and whistles that will really help you save time in your calendar.…First you will notice that we have a Day, Week and Month all built into one view.…And if you're not on this view and you would like to see it, simply go to…View>Current View and make sure Day/Week/Month or Day/Week/Month View With Auto…Preview is selected.…
In the Month view, the new features are the ability to see different levels of detail.…The default level which is High shows us all kinds of information, let's switch…to Low and see what's different.…The Low level of detail only shows us event, items that take all day.…So if you're diligent about making sure that items like vacation days,…conference days, things that will have you out of the office or committed to one…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Creating an appointment, event, or meeting
- Inviting others
- Creating recurring meetings
- Flagging emails
- Creating tasks from email or from scratch
- Applying categories to tasks and to-do items
- Completing a task and sending an update
- Setting Calendar and Task List options
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Creating Appointments and Meetings
2. Getting Organized with Flags and Categories
3. Managing Tasks and To-Do List Items
4. Options for Task Lists
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