That said, Quick Event doesn't give you any control over which calendar (if you have multiples), alarm prefs, or any other details that have to be accessed via the drop-downs.
I think both of you should just sell your Macs and switch to Windows.
That said, you can Tab through all of the options and settings when using Quick Events. There are key commands for everything in iCal, no mouse needed, although using the mouse or the Find function to get to an appointment at the end of the month is easier than Tabbing through a couple of weeks of stuff.
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