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A "calendar notice"....new to me, both the entity and the phrase. Is it the notice of an appointment? Or a request to make an appointment?

The other person can't just pick up the phone and say "hey....lemme tell yuh...."?

It's an Outlook feature. It's really quite nice. You can schedule a whole buncha people for one meeting at one time but entering their email addresses into the calendar notice. You can also check their calendars to see if they're busy at the time you want to schedule, so it really does cut down on the telephone calls to find out whether everyone can coordinate. In this case, it was just the two of us, but it was still good.

If you change the time of the appointment or the details, then you change them on your calendar and it automatically sends an update to anyone who is confirmed for it.

So was your ergonomic evaluation effective, and produce your modified monitor?

Actually it was quite nice, too. We actually redesigned my whole work area and I'm having a few things done. The telephone cord got lengthened so I don't have to reach so far for it, my chair is getting readjusted and my computer keyboard tray is getting moved over six inches so I am not straining to avoid a bookcase that's on my right when I use my mouse.

I had been having trouble with a hip for a few months, and my doctor recommended I get reevaluated because I was sitting incorrectly. I think this is really going to help!

MOI
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