How to Copy a Meeting in MS Outlook

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The Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or 2010 email application allows you to create calendar meeting events to share with other users who are connected with the Microsoft Exchange Server. By adding meetings to your calendar, you can keep track of the location and details of specific events as well as the names of the people who will be attending. You also can choose to copy the information of a meeting if you want to create another meeting with the same details on a different date.


Step 1

Click the "Start" button from your desktop, then "All Programs." Click "Microsoft Outlook" to launch the program on your screen.

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Step 2

Click "Calendar" from the left navigation pane to enter Calendar view. Click on the arrows at the top of the calendar to select the calendar month you want to view.


Step 3

Double-click the meeting event you want to copy. A new dialog box will launch containing the event details.

Step 4

Enter any new details into the text boxes, if you want to make changes, such as a location or meeting name.



Step 5

Click "Edit," then "Clipboard." Select "Copy," and the event details will be copied. Paste the meeting into another event or a word processing document.




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