Appointments

This section provides sample tasks that involve appointments. Appointments include events, meetings, and recurring appointments, to name a few. Outlook uses the AppointmentItem object to represent appointments in the Calendar folder.

How to: Create an Appointment That Is an All-Day Event

Uses the AllDayEvent property to create an appointment that is an all-day event.

How to: Create an Appointment That Starts in the Pacific Time Zone and Ends in the Eastern Time Zone

Creates an appointment that begins in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC-8) and ends in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC-5).

How to: Specify Different Recipient Types for an Appointment Item

Uses the OlMeetingRecipientType enumeration to specify different recipient types for an appointment item.

How to: Create a Recurring Appointment by Using the Default Recurrence Pattern

Creates a recurring appointment by using the default recurrence pattern.

How to: Create a Recurring Appointment That Has a Weekly Pattern

Creates a recurring appointment that has a weekly pattern (for example, an appointment that occurs every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday).

How to: Create an Annual Recurring Appointment That Uses a YearNth Pattern

Creates an appointment for which the annual recurrence pattern is a specific day such as the first Monday in June.

How to: Find a Specific Appointment in a Recurring Appointment Series

Shows how to return an AppointmentItem object that represents a specific appointment in a recurring appointment series.

How to: Create an Exception Appointment in a Recurring Appointment Series

Uses an Exception object to create an exception to a standard recurrence pattern for an appointment.

How to: Create a Reminder for an Appointment Item

Uses the ReminderSet property to create a reminder for an appointment item.

How to: Import Appointment XML Data into Outlook Appointment Objects

Reads appointment data formatted in XML, saves the data to Outlook AppointmentItem objects in the default calendar, and returns the appointment objects in an array.

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