Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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FIGURE 11.22
Publishing your calendar to a web server.
At this point, depending on how the server is set up, you may be asked for your login and
password. Once you have entered this information correctly, the calendar will be published and will be
available for others to view.
When you publish a calendar to a web server, you do not have any control over who
can view it. Rather, restrictions (if any) are set by the web site administrator.
Inviting Others to View Your Calendar
Once you have published your calendar to a web server, you need to let your colleagues and
friends know about it so they can view it. When publishing to Microsoft Office Online, you can do
this as the last step of the publishing process, as described earlier. You can also invite people at a
later time, whether for a calendar published on Office Online or on a web server. Here’s how:
In the navigation pane, right-click the calendar.
From the menu, select Share Calendar (or whatever the name of the calendar is). Outlook
creates an email message containing a link to the calendar. Note: The Share Calendar
command will be available only if the calendar has been published.
Address the message to the people you want to invite.
If desired, add text to the body of the message.
Click Send.
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