Lawyers typically use recurring appointments to block out time for recurring appointments in their calendar. The appointment could be your daily lunch break between 12pm and 1pm, school pick up or weekly game of tennis.

In Microsoft Outlook:

  1. Select Calendar
  2. Select Home > New Appointment
  3. Add a Subject (e.g. Lunch) and optional Location
  4. Select a Start Time and End Time
  5. Set Reminder to "None"
  6. Set Show As to "Busy"
  7. Select Recurrence
  8. Set an Appointment time, Recurrence pattern (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly), and Range of recurrence
  9. Select OK
  10. Select Save & Close

Further Resources

Microsoft Outlook Training Video, Schedule appointments: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Video-Schedule-appointments-6e6ddec6-5983-4c42-9652-b99e120206fb
Microsoft Outlook Training Video, Manage recurring meetings: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Video-Manage-recurring-meetings-106799ae-5ed0-4eeb-90b4-68668c6668fe 

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