How do you update an outlook meeting notice in mac without sending an update to the attendees?

Original title: New Mac User Needs Help!!!!

1) OUTLOOK - How do you update an outlook meeting notice in mac without sending an update to the attendees?
2) EXCEL - Is there an equivalent "F4" or "$" function which allows you to make a cell in excel a constant when building a formula in a another cell?  I am looking to figure out how to make a particular cell a constant variable in a formula that I build in another cell.  For example, in a PC I may use the following formula  =sum($A$1+4)... how do I create the same formula for the mac version of excel so that the cell A1 remains a constant?

If someone could help, that would be awesome!!!!  Thanks.

 

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Last updated March 30, 2018 Views 827 Applies to:
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Hey aweseome1,

Changing the information on a meeting will always send an update to the invitees. Creating an appointment will allow you to make changes without the need to send updates.

As for using the "$", my understanding is that there is no difference between Excel for Mac and Excel for Windows. You should be able to use the exact formula on Excel for Mac without any issues.

As Tammy suggested through, creating separate threads for each question is a good idea and will help the right community focus on each issue individually.

Hope this helps!
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