This tutorial shows how to set recurrences on Outlook 2013 Calendar
It may happen again and again, but that doesn't mean you have to enter it again and again. To tell Outlook that an appointment, meeting, or event occurs over, and over, you use the Recurrence feature.
Setting recurrence is the same for any entry, so for simplicity’s sake, we will create a recurrence for an appointment.
NOTE: You may need to create several different recurring calendar entries to achieve the desired pattern for a single activity. For example, if you want to set up a payday event that occurs on the 15th day of the month and also on the last day of the month, you will need to set up two recurring events for that.
To open a recurring calendar entry to see its details or to change it, there are two options:
NOTE: when you change the time of the whole series, any exceptions you’ve made on a single occurrence for time will be overwritten. This is not true for changing the notes on the occurrence/series.
To delete, click on the entry and hit the Delete key. A dialogue box will open where you can choose to delete just the occurrence vs. deleting the entire series.
TIP: If you schedule too many future recurrences, don’t delete the entire series and start over. Simply open the series, click Recurrence from the Options grouping and change the "End by" time. This leaves you with a record of past occurrences.