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Is there a way to delete items from a calendar all at once versus one by one?

Posted on 2007-12-01
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I am running SBS 2003, Sharepoint 2.0. I have user who want to delete past itmes from a calendar on the Company Web Site. I know you can delte items one-by-one, Is there a way to delete mutliple items?
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Open the calendar
click on All events (under select a view)
Click on Edit in Data Sheet from menu bar.
From the Data Sheet you can select and delete multiple items.
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