I did this before a long time ago and for some reason, I cannot remember how to do it now, and it is driving me absolutely crazy. I have a calendar that I maintain for support staff in which I track their time off. Those support staff have access to "read only" the calendar so they can check it before asking for time off. Time off requests can be any time, any day, but what I want to do is click the calendar, type a name in the subject line, and that name color codes the whole block of time I have designated on the calendar for that person. So if I type "Joe" in the subject line, all the time on Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to noon will automatically color code yellow...WITHOUT me having to go to categories each time I make an entry and look for Joe's color coding....I just want to type the name and it's automatically color coded.
I'm struggling with this. I managed to do it when we had 2003 for my lunch and break schedules and times when I covered another person's duties, but I cannot remember how I did it.
We have MS Office Professional Plus 2007.