Five Ways to Coordinate Your Staff's Time Off Using MS Office

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Coordinating your staff's busy schedules can be a challenge, especially when the people you manage have different meeting schedules, vacation plans, and requirements for time away. Depending on your working environment and the way your team uses Microsoft Office XP and/or Microsoft Project, you can keep track of vacation and leave time in a variety of ways.

Solution #1 - Use Outlook calendars to view group schedules
Use this when: Your staff keeps track of time commitments using Microsoft Outlook, and you and your staff have always-on network connections through Microsoft Exchange Server or the Internet.

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