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Automation to add appointments to Microsoft Outlook

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I used the link below from Microsoft to create a method of allowing a user to submit a holiday, however, it is registering onto their own personal calender.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/160502

We have shared calenders and wondered if it was possible to have the submission of details to go to the shared calender rather than the personal one?

Also I have a set holiday form using access, this will email the details but want to incorporate the script in the link above to allow it also to register in the shared calenders area.
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