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How do I give someone access and admin rights to a calendar?

Here's the procedure on how to assign permission to a calendar.
For example, sharing your own calendar.
  • Open Outlook.
  •  In the left side column, click the Calendar
  • The right side column, will change to your month calendar schedules. In January 30 - February 05, 2011 right click, then select Properties. This will open the Calendar Properties.
  • In Calendar Properties, click Permissions tab.
  • Click Add to select a user. Click Add, then OK
  • In Permission Level pull down menu, select the permission you want to assign to the user. For example, Reviewer (read only), Editor (power user), etc.
  • Click OK to complete.
If you gave permission to John Doe to see your calendar schedules. Here's how to add your calendar to John Doe's Outlook profile.
  • Open Outlook
  • Click on Calendar
  • Click Open a Shared Calendar
  • In Open a Shared Calendar, click Name to browse the user. Select a user, click OK
  • Click OK to complete.
Now you can see another calendar within your Outlook.

To hide other calendars, simply uncheck the selection in All Calendar Items.

Let me know if you have other questions.


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