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KOrganizer Screenshots

See the KDE calendar and scheduling program in action. Click the screenshots to enlarge.

The KOrganizer main window
This is the KOrganizer main window - subdivided into three parts: in the upper left corner you can see the date navigator, below there is your todo list and on the right there is the main view of your calendar.

Adding a new event
Adding a new appointment or event to KOrganizer is just as simple as that. Simply click on the new event-button in the KOrganizer symbol menu and enter all the information you want to store concerning this new event.

Inviting other people
Do you want to invite further people to your meeting? No problem. Just add the given names and e-mail addresses and send the information to the people you want to invite by e-mail.

Recurring events
Do you want to be reminded about birthdays or your wedding day? KOrganizer fully supports recurring events like these, so you won't forget to go and get some flowers or a new tie for your wife or husband

Adding new ToDo items
Adding a new todo item is just as easy and intuitive as adding a new appointment. Add a short summary of the todo, a time associated with it and also be reminded of that job.

Configuring KOrganizer
Make KOrganizer fit to your personal needs. Add your personal information (e.g. your name and e-mail address), a color scheme of your choice and configure the group scheduling of KOrganizer.

Print your KOrganizer entries
Sometimes it's quite helpful to have a hardcopy of your appointments and todo's with you. So just print it out, take it to your meeting and scribble down some notes ...