You can always check the build of MacPractice you're on by navigating to the MacPractice menu and click "About MacPractice", then look for the "MacPractice Build".
To schedule a repeating appointment, you'll first schedule an appointment for a patient as normal. Once you have that down on the schedule, right-click the appointment block and select "Repeat".
The new repeating appointments sheet is very similar to the Appointments tab in the Drawer in older builds of MacPractice. At the top of the sheet, you can see all of the appointment details, as well as patient DOB and phone number.
By checking the "Repeat Appointments" checkbox, you can configure a repeating appointment to repeat (and end) at an interval of your choosing, from Days, Weeks, Months, or Years. Once you're happy with how your repeating appointment is configured, you can click the "Create Repeats" button.
For example, if you plan on having a patient come in every two months starting in July for the remainder of this year, you would enter fields as so, then click the Create Repeats button. The resulting screen would appear as so:
The Repeated Appointments table at the bottom displays every appointment that will be generated with this configuration. If this is acceptable, click the "Save" button in the lower right of the Appointment sheet to save the generated appointments to the schedule.
Open your MacPractice Drawer by clicking on the icon in the lower left of the MacPractice Window. The drawer will expand from either the left or the right side of the MacPractice Window, whichever has more room.
Use the End fields to determine how long you would like the repeats to continue.
You can choose After Times or On Date. If you select After Times, enter the number of repetitions in the provided field.
For example, you may wish the appointment to repeat 30 times. In that case, enter 30 in the field.
When you have finished selecting your options, save your changes by going up to the Edit menu and selecting Save Record, or using the Command-S keyboard shortcut.
You will see an alert, asking if you are sure you wish to create the repetitions. The alert will also inform you that if a repeating appointment would conflict with an existing appointment, the repeat appointment will NOT be created for that occurrence. Such appointments will need to be manually created.