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How do you copy a Calander in Outlook 2007?  Someone creadted a Calander and now want to give it to people and use it as a template for other Calanders.
Is there an easy way to copy Calanders?
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http://www.ehow.com/how_2109066_export-outlook-calendar.html

Go to file > Import/Export > Export to a file > Personal Folder File > choose your folders > choose the location and Voila!

Go to that location you saved it at and you can e-mail the outlook calendar to people. They just go through the same process, except selecting Import a file instead of Export to a file
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Thank you.  Does it leave the original calendar as it was?
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Yes, it will leave the original calendar on the computer and in outlook.
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