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Introduction to Internet Calendars
Internet calendars are shared through the Internet. This introduction article provides an overview to get you started using Internet calendars in Outlook 2007.
Introduction to publishing Internet Calendars
Internet Calendars are calendars that are shared through the Internet. Internet Calendars are based upon a global Internet standard that allows calendar informa...
Introduction to the Outlook Calendar
The Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Calendar is the calendar and scheduling component of Office Outlook 2007 and is fully integrated with e-mail, contacts, an...
Publish your calendar on a WebDAV server
You can publish and share your calendars with others by publishing them to a WebDAV server. This is useful if you want to share calendars and availability infor...
Publishing a calendar on Office.com will no longer be supported
Publishing your Outlook calendar to Office.com is no longer supported. Learn about this and how to publish to Outlook.com.
Share your calendar information
Share your Outlook 2007 calendar with other people.
View calendars side-by-side or overlaid
In Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 , you can view multiple calendars at once. These can be your calendars, shared calendars from other people, Internet Calendars...
What are those symbols in my calendar display?
In the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 calendar, the following symbols are used to represent some of the features associated with meetings and appointments. Cal...