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Change the day and time of a weekly appointment

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In Outlook 2010, I want to change the day and time of a weekly appointment. If I open a single occurrence of the appointment series, I am able to change the day and time, but changing the entire series (via Open -> Open Series) at once doesn't seem to be an option.
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In a series of recurring meetings, when you edit the series, you have to edit the recurrence pattern to change the day/time for the series.
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oh, the "Recurrence" button, yes.
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