- By Joan Lambert
- Objective 3.1: Create and manage calendars
- Objective 3.1 practice tasks
- Objective 3.2: Create appointments, meetings, and events
- Objective 3.2 practice tasks
- Objective 3.3: Organize and manage appointments, meetings, and events
- Objective 3.3 practice tasks
- Objective 3.4: Create and manage notes and tasks
- Objective 3.4 practice tasks
Objective 3.1 practice tasks
There are no practice files for these tasks. Before you begin, alert a colleague that you are going to practice sharing your calendar.
Display the following views of your primary calendar:
Display the calendar for next month.
Display only the second week of the month.
Display only the fifteenth day of the month.
Configure your Outlook options as follows:
Set your work week to Tuesday through Friday, from 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Add a time zone to your calendar. Choose a time zone that is two hours ahead of your local time zone.
Return to your primary calendar and do the following:
Use the Go To command to display the calendar for today.
Change the time scale to divide the calendar into 15-minute intervals.
Create a secondary calendar named MOS Schedule, and display it beside your primary calendar.
Create a calendar group named MOS Team that includes the secondary calendar and the calendar of a colleague, and do the following:
Display the calendar group in Schedule view.
Display the calendar group in Overlay Mode.
Hide (but don’t delete) the calendar group.
Share the MOS Schedule calendar with a colleague as follows:
Configure the invitation to display your availability but not the details of appointments, meetings, and events on your calendar.
Request that your colleague share his or her calendar with you.
Send the invitation.