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Outlook 2010 – Adding National Holidays in Calendar

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Hi guys

I’ve followed instructions here to add National Holidays in Outlook Calendar
http://www.addictivetips.com/microsoft-office/add-holidays-in-outlook-calendar/

However this is not applying to my shared calendar (it only downloaded public holidays to my personal one)

Thanks guys.
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In outlook, you can only "add" calendars to your main calendar.  However, to add them to your other calendars do the following:

In calendar view, Click on the View Tab
In the Current View section, click on Change View - select the "list" view
Sort by the Categories column header, then scroll down to the Holidays section
Click and drag that section header onto your other calendar where you want the holidays.
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