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    Schedule Calender (Outlook 00)

    Hello out there,

    Since my life needs a calender now i am trying to use outlook to make one. I have never done it before but figure it should be simple.
    I their any good tutorials out there that can show me the ropes or a flow process someone could give me to point me in the right direction.

    Basically all I need is to know the tool outlook has that can
    make a new folder item on the folders list tree called B's Calender,
    Make a calender item here called b's calender
    how do I fill in each day with tasks giving them a title
    add attachments to each task
    have the abilty to drag the tasks to another day if the day changes

    if anyone can guide me in a direction it be a big help, maybe if suggest a book about this subject
    thanks

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    Re: Schedule Calender (Outlook 00)

    I guess any book about Outlook will explain how to use the Calendar.

    See The Calendar - Free Tutorial.

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    Re: Schedule Calender (Outlook 00)

    Some comments in addition to Hans link:

    Outlook's Calendar has two kinds of 'Items': Appointments (which are only for you) and Meetings (which have other people invited). There is also an 'All Day Event', which is a special kind of Appointment. (Outlookers call all the different bits of Outlook information 'Items' since that what's Microsoft calls them, including in VBA.)

    In the Outlook world, which at times is a bit odd, Tasks are separate from the Calendar - newbies often ask how they can show Tasks on the Calendar page - in Outlook you can't actually show them in same place you see Appointments and Meetings, and it's a bit annoying. However, several of Outlook's default Calendar Views also include a Task Pane to the right of the Calendar View, and some of the print Views include Tasks. You set dates on Tasks in a less 'click and open' way than you can create Appointments in the Calendar. Becuase of this, some people, including me, create some tasks in the form of Calendar Appointments.

    Finally, Outlook always has a Default Calendar Folder. Use the Default Calendar for your own Appointments and Meetings, as the Default Calendar can do a couple of extra tricks - create additional Calendars only for other people or groups, such as Church Events calendar, etc.

    Hope this helps.
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    Re: Schedule Calender (Outlook 00)

    Thanks I will begin <img src=/S/hairout.gif border=0 alt=hairout width=31 height=23>

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