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Organize meetings with Outlook

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


What is a quick way to know how many participants will be attending a very large meeting?

Look at the tracking tab and count the attendees.

Open the meeting in your calendar and look at the Infobar.

Look in your Inbox, sort the messages by subject, and count the responses to your meeting request.

On the Scheduling tab of a meeting request, you can check _____ if your company is using Microsoft Exchange Server for its e-mail.

Whether an attendee is coming.

Whether an attendee is free or busy.

Whether the attendees can suggest alternate times.

You can re-assign ownership of a meeting once it has been set up.

True.

False.

The only detail about a meeting you've changed is the attendee list. You've added one person, "Chris Gray." What's the best update method to let only Chris know of the change?

When prompted, select the Send updates only to added or deleted attendees option.

When prompted, select the Send update to all attendees option.

There isn't a way to update only Chris.

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