Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Either way, you’ll follow these steps:
1. Click the Sharing link on your Personal Calendar.
The Calendar – Sharing page opens.
2. Click Permissions for Your Shared Calendar.
The Change Who Can View Your Calendar page opens, as shown in
Figure 7-13.
3. Click one of the option buttons.
Depending on your choice, another window opens:
Add Person: Share your database with another person. Follow Steps
3-8 in the previous list.
Edit: Change the sharing privileges of someone currently sharing
your database.
Stop Sharing: Remove the sharing privileges for the selected contact.
4. Click Save Changes to close the open window, and then click Finish to
close the Change Who Can View Your Calendar window.
Creating a calendar for
the whole world to see
You might be wondering why you’d want to let the entire universe access
your Personal calendar. The answer is to not get hung up on the Personal
portion of the calendar. Clubs and businesses can enjoy the benefits of a
Basic Office Live subscription. For example, a soccer team might publish its
calendar on the Web so anyone — moms, dads, grandparents, players — can
access the team’s schedule. A dance studio might want to publish its class
schedules. The possibilities are endless.
By making the calendar public, you don’t have to worry about collecting
everyone’s e-mail addresses; instead, you provide them with a direct link to
the calendar.
Here’s all you need to do to get started:
1. Click the Sharing link on your Personal Calendar.
The Calendar – Sharing page opens.
2. Click Publish Your Calendar.
The Publish Your Calendar page opens.
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