To & Optional Fields Visible


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Lynn

When I create a meeting request in Outlook 2003, the To field is visible but
I need to click the To button in order to see the Optional field. Is there
any way to specifiy Optional attendees directly in the meeting window without
having to open the separate dialog? (We use the Optional field for hundreds
of meetings & it is a tedious extra step.)
 
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Lynn

What is the scheduling assistant page? I could not find any info in Help.

Diane Poremsky said:
you can select the type of attendee per attendee if you use the scheduling
assistant page.

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Lynn said:
When I create a meeting request in Outlook 2003, the To field is visible
but
I need to click the To button in order to see the Optional field. Is
there
any way to specifiy Optional attendees directly in the meeting window
without
having to open the separate dialog? (We use the Optional field for
hundreds
of meetings & it is a tedious extra step.)
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Use the "Invite Others" menu button to open the scheduling assistant.

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After furious head scratching, Lynn asked:

| What is the scheduling assistant page? I could not find any info in
| Help.
|
| "Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:
|
|| you can select the type of attendee per attendee if you use the
|| scheduling assistant page.
||
|| --
|| Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
||
||
||
|| Outlook Tips by email:
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|| ||| When I create a meeting request in Outlook 2003, the To field is
||| visible but
||| I need to click the To button in order to see the Optional field.
||| Is there
||| any way to specifiy Optional attendees directly in the meeting
||| window without
||| having to open the separate dialog? (We use the Optional field for
||| hundreds
||| of meetings & it is a tedious extra step.)
 

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