How to add daily/weekly/monthly/yearly reminder in Outlook?
Supposing you have to make schedules for the coming work weeks and send it to your executive every week, and how to make a reminder which will alert you to make and send your plan in every Monday morning? And what if alert you every day, week, month, and year on time? The recurring appointment in Microsoft Outlook will help you do it.
This article is provided to guide you how to set a daily / weekly / monthly / yearly reminder in Microsoft Outlook at ease.
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Step 1: create or open an appointment with one of following methods:
- In Outlook 2010/ 2013, create a new appointment by clicking the New Items > Appointment in the New group on the Home tab.
- In Outlook 2007, create a new appointment by clicking the File > New > Appointment.
- Open an existing appointment by double clicking it in your calendar.
Step 2: In the Appointment window, click the Recurrence button in the Options group under the Appointment tab.
Step 3: In the Appointment Recurrence dialog box,
Set appointment time: In the Appointment time section, select the alert time in the Start: box and End: box, and set the alert period in the Duration: box.
Select the recurrence pattern: It supports four styles of recurrence: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly. Check one of recurrence patterns.
Set the range of recurrence: By default, the Start time is the date that this appointment begins. And you can end the recurrence by an appointed date, or end after preset amount of occurrences, or on end date.
Step 4: Click OK button in the Appointment Recurrence dialog box.
Step 5: Compose your appointment, and click the Save & Close button on the Appointment tab.
Delete an existing recurring reminder in Outlook
Go to your Calendar, right click the recurring appointment that your will remove, and click the Delete > Delete Series in the right-click menu.
Note: In Outlook 2007, you won’t find the Delete Series item in the right-click menu. Please click the Delete item firstly, and then the Confirm Delete dialog box comes out, please check the Delete the series. option, and click OK.
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