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Outlook 2007: Using the Meeting Tab

Outlook 2007: Using the Meeting Tab

When you create a new appointment using the Appointment Window, the Appointment Tab appears to assist you with common appointment commands. As soon as you invite someone to a meeting, the Appointment tab changes to a Meeting tab.

Figure 14. Meeting Tab

               

 

Figure 15. Actions Group

The Actions group on the Meeting tab contains all the commands you need for saving and deleting the open meeting request.

The Show group on the Meeting tab contains only two commands for changing which information you can view in regard to the open meeting request.

 

Figure 16. Show Group

 

Figure 17. Attendees Tab

The Attendees group on the Meeting tab contains commands for accessing your Outlook Address Book, Checking Names and choosing the type of meeting request responses you’d like to allow.

The Options group on the Meeting tab contains commands for choosing your meeting request status and reminder settings. Additionally, you can use the Recurrence command to create a recurring appointment such as a weekly status meeting.

 

Figure 18. Options Group

 

Figure 19. Proofing Group

The Proofing group on the Meeting tab contains only one command – Spelling.