Can you copy and paste an old Office appointment into a new date?

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toozem

In other calendar packages you can go to a previous calendar item, copy it

and then paste it into a new date where you want to schedule the same

appoitment again. Very useful with commonly repeated appointments (e.g.

annual leave). Is there any way of doing the same in Outlook please? Mike
 
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Gordon

"toozem" <toozem> wrote in message

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> In other calendar packages you can go to a previous calendar item, copy it
> and then paste it into a new date where you want to schedule the same
> appoitment again. Very useful with commonly repeated appointments (e.g.
> annual leave). Is there any way of doing the same in Outlook please?
> Mike


Highlight the item. click on Edit-Copy, click on the new date and then do

Edit-Paste.
 
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TedMi

No need to copy and paste. Just open the appointment for edit, and change

the date/time to whatever. You can use the convenient drop-down selectors

for this.

-TedMi

"toozem" <toozem> wrote in message

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> In other calendar packages you can go to a previous calendar item, copy it
> and then paste it into a new date where you want to schedule the same
> appoitment again. Very useful with commonly repeated appointments (e.g.
> annual leave). Is there any way of doing the same in Outlook please?
> Mike
 
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Steve

You can even drag and drop the old meeting. From the standard day/week/month

view, hold the ctrl key and then mouse drag the meeting to the new date.

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> In other calendar packages you can go to a previous calendar item, copy it
> and then paste it into a new date where you want to schedule the same
> appoitment again. Very useful with commonly repeated appointments (e.g.
> annual leave). Is there any way of doing the same in Outlook please? Mike
 
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