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Chapter 7. The Calendar > Scheduling Meetings

Scheduling Meetings

As you learned earlier, meetings are appointments or events to which other people have been invited. Resources for a meeting, such as a conference room or slide projector, are also “invited” to the meeting. A meeting is automatically created when you schedule an appointment or event with other people, and a meeting request is sent to the other attendees and resources for the meeting.

Replying to a Meeting Request

When you receive and open a meeting request, it has buttons to send Accept, Tentative, or Decline responses to the person scheduling the meeting. There is also a Propose New Time button that you can use if you want to propose a new time for the meeting. These buttons are similar to the Voting buttons you learned about in Chapter 4, “Advanced E-mail Techniques.”


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