Outlook: How to Create Meetings Using Outlook 2010


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Creating meetings

If you want to schedule something in Outlook on your calendar, you normally create a new appointment; however, when you want to share that appointment with another Outlook user, you create a meeting. When you create a meeting, Outlook sends out an e-mail to the other parties involved, so that they'll know the details in the meeting. And once they respond, Outlook will take care the RSVP list automatically. We start this feature by going down to the Calendar area on our Navigation bar. Now just to refresh your memory, when I click on the New Appointment icon, I can see that I can create a new appointment, and it gives me Subject and a Location.

Now I'm going to close that and contrast that with creating a new meeting. When I create a new meeting, you'll notice something has changed. I can now put in some e-mail addresses, and I can send the information about this meeting off to the attendees. So in this case, I'm going to invite two people, Greg and Judith, to the meeting. I...

Creating meetings
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Creating meetings provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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