There are a lot of reasons why you would need to email and send a calendar attached to your email using Microsoft Outlook 2010. You might need to show your coworker (and boss) when you are going on vacation. You need to show your friends the exact date on a visual calendar when you are going to have your next exam etc. Whatever the reason, the impact and effect to have a calendar on an email is undeniable! This brief tutorial will show you how to create and email a calendar on Outlook thanks to a simple trick.
- Open Outlook 2010.
- Open a new Email and click the Insert tab located on the upper Outlook toolbar.
- Click the Calendar button located under the tab toolbar.
- At this point Outlook 2010 will ask you (thanks to a pop up window) to select a calendar, a date, or a date range to put in the calendar.
- Click OK. This will automatically attach the calendar inside your email.
- The calendar will also be shown in the body of the email itself.
- Compose your message and email it with your calendar to your recipients.
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