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Chapter 13. Tracking Appointments and Tasks > Managing Your Personal Calendar

Managing Your Personal Calendar

Outlook's Calendar folder can keep track of any number of appointments and meetings, whether they're one-time-only events or recurring appointments that repeat on a regular schedule. Although you can print a calendar for reference, Outlook's calendaring features are best suited to people whose duties keep them close to a computer screen most of the time, or those who have a handheld device (such as a Palm or Pocket PC) that can synchronize data from Outlook's Calendar, Task list, and Contacts folder.


Most of the calendaring features available in Outlook 2003 are essentially unchanged from previous versions. If you've been using Outlook 2000, one improvement that was originally introduced in Outlook 2002 is worth noting: As explained later in this chapter, you can color-code appointments manually or using automatic rules. If you have an active connection to an Exchange Server, you can also connect to shared calendars belonging to other users on that server.


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