There are two types of items you create in the Outlook Calendar: appointments, used to schedule your time; and meetings with others. Calendar items are created using the Appointment Form. Command+N in the calendar to open the form. Alternatively, double click on a date or time to open the form, populated with the date or time you chose. Enter appointment dates using the date picker control. Save the appointment to add it to the calendar.
- [Voiceover] When we've estimated that a chunk…of work will take a long time,…we'll then schedule it on our calendar.…Let's begin by reviewing how we create appointments…in Outlook for Mac Calendar.…Even if you're fairly familiar with a calendar,…there are some techniques that might help you…more quickly create appointments…that we will cover in this movie and other movies…in this chapter.…There are two basic types of items…that you create in the Outlook Calendar.…The first is an appointment,…and you can create it right here…with the New Appointment command…that you'll find on the Home tab of the ribbon.…
Appointments are used to schedule your time.…When you invite others to an appointment,…we have this second type of calendar item…which is called a meeting.…Appointments and meetings can last for a few minutes…or they can last for several days.…An appointment or a meeting that takes all day…is also called an event.…But that term event is also used more broadly…to refer to appointments and meetings…in all calendar items.…
- Explain how much time you should put into estimating how long a task will take.
- List the reasons for an item to become a calendar entry.
- Recall the keyboard shortcut for changing to a work week view.
- Recognize when to disable request proposals.
- Define how many categories can be assigned to a meeting.
- Recall the limitations on snoozing reminders.