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Outlook Public Calendar question


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hulud

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i have edited my Outlook.hol file for my outlook calendar for to include work holidays. i want to put it on the calendar that is under the public folders so that everybody on the network can see it... but when i select that calendar and try to add the holiday it just adds them to my calendar again.

does anyone know how to add the holidays to a public calendar? :whistling:

thanks!
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managed to answer my own question!

for anyone who may be interested, you cannot add holidays to a public calendar via the outlook.hol file, you have to click and drag them to the calendar. the easiest way to do this in outlook 2003 is to go to your calendar, click View -> Arrange By -> Current View -> Events and select all the custom holidays and then drag them to the public calendar. you will then need to re-add them to your calendar as it will peform a Move rather than Copy (doesnt seem to be an option to copy them)
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