To successfully plan and carry out a meeting, you’ll usually need to schedule resources as well as people. Resources are items (such as computers and projectors) or locations (such as a meeting room) that are required for a meeting. You select resources in much the same way you select attendees.
The ability to schedule resources is typically most useful when you need to set up a meeting, but you might find other occasions when this capability comes in handy. For example, you might want to schedule laptop computers for employees to take home for the weekend or schedule digital cameras to take to building sites.
Setting Up Resources for Scheduling
You schedule a resource by sending a meeting request, adding the resource as a third ...