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Create an appointment on someone else's Outlook 2010 calendar without sending them an invitation

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In Outlook 2010, I have access to another's calendar. When I want to put a new appointment on their calendar, I get a form that wants me to send them an invitation to a meeting. But I don't want to send them anything, I just want to put the date/time/event name on their calendar so they can check it. How can I do this?
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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The person must add you as a Delegate.
Then you can *open* their calendar, then add the appointment.
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by:contrain
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Yes, they have added me as a delegate, but when I double click on their calendar to add something to it, I get the form that will send an invitation to a meeting to them, and I don't want to send anything, I just want to add it to their calendar.

I've attached a screen shot of what I'm gettiing.
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 500 total points
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<Yes, they have added me as a delegate>
But this is not enough, ...they must also assign you as and "Editor" or "Author" for their Calendar.

What happens when you simply right-click the date, and select "New Appointment"?
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by:contrain
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Perfect!

To answer your question "What happens when you simply right-click the date and select 'New Appointment?'"

Exactly what I want to happen!

This is just the solution I was looking for. Thanks, this just solved a big problem for me.
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