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Windows Vista® Step by Step Deluxe Edition by Joan Lambert, Joyce Cox

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Keeping Track of Appointments and Meetings

If you don’t use Outlook, you can use the Windows Calendar program that comes with Windows Vista to schedule your time in an electronic calendar. Windows Calendar offers standard calendar functionality, such as appointments and events, and enables you to invite people to meetings and maintain a task list.

Appointments are blocks of time you schedule only for yourself, as opposed to meetings, to which you invite other people. Events are day-long blocks of time designated for things such as a holiday, birthday, payroll day, or anything else that occurs on a specific day but not at a specific time. In all other respects, events are identical to appointments.

Recurring appointments are appointments, meetings, ...

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