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IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 User Guide by Karen Hooper

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Creating meetings

Meetings have more options available as they involve inviting others as well as checking schedules. Earlier we learned how to create a calendar entry; all those steps still apply and in this section we will focus on the extra fields available in meetings.

Scheduling a meeting

The following are the instructions to create a meeting:

  1. Open the calendar, click the down arrow next to the New button and select Meeting.
  2. If we have given others access to our calendar, select Mark Private to prevent them from reading the entry. Those with access to our calendar can see the times and dates of private calendar entries but cannot see details of the entries such as the subject and description.
  3. Select Notify Me to set an alarm for the entry, ...

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