In facebook can you copy a past event?

In facebook I created an event a few weeks ago.  Everything about my new event is identical to the old save the date.  Is there any way to duplicate the past event?
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amigan_99Network EngineerAsked:
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bullmonkeyCommented:
will copy and pase not suffice if it is just the event details?
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
You have to do Choose a File to add an image and edit 21 fields to make an event.  Copy/paste would only help with the description.  
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bullmonkeyCommented:
hmmmm, i will have a bit of a research and think but i think you maybe be out of luck since it is purely 'backend' and an event is classed as a sub profile.

i look forward to reading any other experts input since it has implications i had not thought of before
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lazydaisy216Commented:
Hello amigan_99,

I tried to see if you could edit a past event to change the date for your new event, but that cannot be done either.

I don't know if this is a viable option, but you could set the event date to start one date and end the next date of your event - then just explain to the guests that's it's two different dates.

That's all I can find.  

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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
I think the simple answer to this question is adding up to "No".
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bullmonkeyCommented:
2 people have attempted to answer the above question, because it is not possible does not mean that the question has not been answered. split points between myself and lazydaisy216
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
Ok - thanks.
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