Office 365 - (Outlook 2011 Mac) - Create an Appointment

In Outlook, an appointment is a calendar item that has a specific start date and end date and a specific start time and end time. If you invite other people to an appointment, it is considered a meeting.

Let's add an appointment to the calendar.

1. On the view switcher, click Calendar.
On the view switcher, select Calendar
2. On the Home tab, click Work, and then click Appointment
Click Work, and then click Appointment on the Home tab
Tip: To create a new appointment directly from the calendar, double-click the date and time of the appointment on the calendar

3. Type a subject and location for the appointment, and then select a start and end date and start and end time.
Enter in subject, location, and other appointment information
Note: To invite others and make the appointment a meeting, on the Appointment tab, click Invite.

4. On the Appointment tab, select how far in advance that you want a reminder and whether the appointment recurs.
Select how far in advance that you want a reminder and whether it recurs
5. On the Appointment tab, click Save & Close.
Save and Close
6. Notice that the appointment appears on your calendar on the date and time that you specified.
Appointment appears
  • To change the date or time for an appointment, drag the appointment to a new location on the calendar. Or double-click the appointment and make the changes that you want.
  • To delete an appointment, select the appointment on the calendar, and then press Delete. Or, double-click the appointment, and then on the Appointment tab, click Delete.

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Keywords:create, appointment, appointments mail email calendar calendars   Doc ID:54454
Owner:Jason G.Group:Parkland College
Created:2015-07-28 16:39 CDTUpdated:2015-08-16 16:12 CDT
Sites:Parkland College
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