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Outlook 2010 - Calendar has TWO sets of US Holidays and some non-US holidays

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1.  How can I delete the non-U.S. holidays in my calendar?
2.  How can I clean up my duplicate U.S. Holidays?
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Hi,
the easiest way is to delete all holidays from your Outlook calendar and then re-import them as needed.

There is a short video-tutorial on how to remove the holidays from Outlook here:
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/calendar/remove-duplicate-holidays-from-the-outlook-calendar/
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