Move a calendar in Office 2011

Hi,
We've recently switched over to Office 365 and we have one user using Office 2011 on a Mac. I exported all of his old email, contact and calendar. I was able to import his old email and contact just fine, but his old calendar got put in it's own folder called 'On My Computer' I tried moving this folder to his Office 365 calendar folder, but when I search for the folder to move it to, nothing comes up. Also the option to copy that old calendar folder is greyed out. When I click on 'Import' and navigate to his .olm file it doesn't give me the option to import just his calendar, I wasn't sure if it would import everything again, giving him duplicate copies of his contacts and old email. Is there a way I can move his old calendar into his new Office 365 account? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
Switch the calendar view in the old calendar in Outlook to the List view. Select all entries, hit ctrl-c to copy (or whatever the apple equivalent is), switch to the Office 365 mailbox's calendar, then past. This will basically copy the calendar items into the new mailbox's calendar. From there you should be able to see everything normally.
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