Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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FIGURE 11.19
Performing an advanced search of the Calendar.
Sharing Your Calendar with Others
Outlook lets you publish your calendar so other people can have access to the information it
contains. For example, if you manage a bowling team you can keep the team schedule in an Outlook
calendar and publish it so team members can access it on the Internet.
You have two options as to how your calendar is shared:
n A calendar snapshot that is a static copy of your calendar at the time it is published.
n A dynamic calendar that can be automatically updated with changes you make to your
calendar.
You also have two options as to where the calendar is published (these are applicable only to
dynamic calendar sharing):
n To Microsoft Office Online, a Microsoft service that uses Windows Live ID credentials to
control access to the information.
n To a web server that supports the WebDAV protocol.
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