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Chapter 15. Sharing Schedules and Planni... > Secrets of the Office Masters: Publi...

Secrets of the Office Masters: Publishing a Calendar As a Web Page

If you don't have access to an Exchange Server and you don't want to publish your Free/Busy information to a Web server, you can still give other people access to calendar information by saving your Outlook Calendar folder in HTML format.

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This option is especially useful if you maintain an events calendar for an organization. Choose File, New, Folder and create a folder that contains Calendar items. Enter details of the organization's activities as appointments in this folder, and then publish the contents of the calendar periodically as a Web page.



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