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  1. Select the appropriate Calendar in Outlook
    1. for recurring meetings, consider booking from a role based calendar so that the booking survives any staffing changes
  2. Select New Meeting on ribbon bar (Calendar icon with a blue person and green person in front)
  3. Type in the title of the meeting in the Subject Line
  4. Click on the Scheduling Assistant button in the Ribbon (circled in yellow below in screenshot 1)
  5. If known, enter number of attendees in the large text box (please see screenshot 2)
  6. Select your date and time by selecting the appropriate field in Start Time / End time
  7. On the right hand side of the meeting window you should see "Room Finder" area (see the area circled in red below)
  8. Click on the drop down menu under "Show a room list"
  9. Select type of room, in most instances this will "Clinical School - Meeting Rooms"
  10. Please see link or website for room details AV table for Clinical School and Clinical School Room Booking Website
  11. Available rooms will be shown in the "Choose an available room section"
  12. Double click on preferred room
  13. The room you have selected should now appear in the Location Field in your invite
  14. If you want to double check the room you have selected is available, click on the Scheduling Assistant icon (Screen shot 1)
  15. Click send
  16. If Depending on the room you have requested is Auto, you will receive an email confirming your booking within minutes . If the room you have selected is "Manual" you will received an email accepting your request and then a later email or a tentative acceptance email.  Following the tentative email, you will then receive an email confirming or declining your request (within 24hours)
  17. Once you have received confirmation, please create and send Meeting Invitation to your attendees and manually enter the Location
  18. You will have 2 side by side meetings in your calendar (1 for the room only and 1 for the attendees) and the attendees will only have the 1 invite you sent them. Side by side sessions in a calendar may appear as a conflict, in this instance, this conflict can be ignored, because you're conflicting with your own meeting.

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Screenshot 2

METHOD 2 - If you would like to book a room from within your meeting invite: