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Outlook 2007 Unshare Calendar

Posted on 2011-09-29
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I am sharing my calendar with a co-worker.  How do i stop sharing it with them?
I am using outlook 2007.
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In Calendar view, right click your calendar and choose Properties.  Select the Permissions tab and scroll down to the specific user.  Click 'Remove' to remove their permissions to your calendar.

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