Macro to replace the Go To Date feature of Outlook's Calendar. From an open appointment, run the macro. The calendar opens to the date of the appointment.
Use VBA to open an Outlook meeting request that was just added to the calendar after accepting the request in the Inbox. so you can set a reminder or make notes.
A VBA code sample that creates an appointment from an email message and adds it to a shared calendar or a calendar in another data file.
This code removes the reminder and categories and moves the appointment to a calendar in an archive folder or a subfolder under the calendar. Petros asked I want to be able to do 3 things with just one click of a button: With a Calendar event selected, I want to: 1) Erase any Reminder (set
How to use VBA to send an email to someone when a new appointment is added to your Outlook calendar.
How to create a custom form that has a preset start and end time by adding add a little VBScript then publish the form. You can then either set the form as your default appointment form or select it from the New Items menu.
Do you want most of your new appointments to use Free (or Tentative or Out of Office) as the default for the "Show as time" instead of Busy? Outlook doesn't have an option to set the "Show time as" default but you can create a custom appointment form with "Show time as" set to Free,
In older versions of Outlook, you could right click on a contact and choose "New Appointment with contact" to create an appointment linked to the contact. This command was removed from Outlook 2007 and up but you can still create an appointment with a contact using the Meeting with contact command then canceling the meeting.
It's easy to create an appointment from an email in Microsoft Outlook: just drag the email message to the calendar and drop it. You can drag an email to one of the buttons on the navigation bar then drop it to create an appointment with the contents of the message in your default Calendar or
Applies to: Microsoft Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007 An Outlook user had this question: I upgraded to Outlook 2007 & I'm missing a feature that was in Outlook 2003: right-click a contact to create an appointment for them & have this stored in the contact's activities tab. How do I do this in Outlook