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Outlook 2007 Appointments

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I have setup an appointment in Outlook 2007 and sent to all attendees.  I now need to add an additional attendee to the existing appointment.  Once I add him and hit "send update" - does it send it all of the original attendees again?  If so, is there a way to only send it to the one person I am adding?  Thanks,
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Once you hit "Send update" below screen will pop up.

 Outlook 2007
Select the option which you want ....

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Thanks very much.  I appreciate your help.
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