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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows 8 by Paul McFedries

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Using Windows Live Mail’s Calendar

If you’re more of a desktop person, then consider using Windows Live Mail Calendar feature to handle your appointments. It’s a sort of electronic secretary that, while it won’t get coffee for you, will at least help you keep your schedule on track. Calendar is a simple electronic day planner you can use to keep track of appointments, meetings, tasks, and other commitments. So whether you have a date and you can’t be late, or you have a rendezvous you need to remember, Calendar can handle it.

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