Introduction to the Use of Calendar in Outlook 2010


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Introducing Calendar

When most people think of Outlook, they think of e-mail and contacts. After all, most people find that the calendar they receive each year from their insurance guy fits the bill quite nicely; however, if you're trying to keep track of your business, your children, and your spouse, as well as your own life, you might want to take a look at what Outlook 2010 has to offer. We're going to take a trip to the calendars by first clicking the Calendar icon in the Navigation Bar. As promised, up pops a calendar. Now, we're currently in the Monthly view, and we can change that view to look at a Daily view, a Work Week view, which just goes Monday-Friday with the assumption that you don't work on Saturday and Sunday, or the Weekly view, which includes Saturday and Sunday but gives you slightly smaller spaces to see your information, or the Monthly view.

Now, when we're in any of the views, we can go forward or backwards with the click of a button; for example, if I want to advance ...

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

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