Color categories let you organize your Outlook items by
color, making it easier to distinguish between different
types of information. In the Calendar, you can color-code
your appointments, meetings, and events.
Assign a color category
By default, you have eight color categories to choose
1. Select the appointment, meeting or event you want to
color-code and click the Categorize button on the
Standard toolbar. A list of color categories appears.
2. Select a color category from the list. The selected color is applied to the appointment.
Other Ways to Color-code an Item:
Right-click the item you want to color-code, point
to Categorize in the contextual menu, and select a
color category from the list.
You can rename Outlook’s color categories to meet your
1. Click the Categorize button on the Standard toolbar
and select All Categories. The Color Categories dialog box appears.
2. Click the color category you wish to rename, and
3. Type a new name for the category, and click OK
when you’re finished.
To learn more about your calendar, get help by visiting…..
MS Outlook 2007 Quick Reference Card (Handout)
*Using the Calendar (Web link—online class)
*Offered through CustomGuide. Read the directions for more information on how to work with CustomGuide.
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