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SharePoint 2010 edit what's seen in Calendar event

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Hey community.  I was hoping there is a way to make the start and end time in a calendar event not be required.  Or to have it automatically just default to an all day event.  

I'm trying to get the admin users in a company I manage to use the calendar feature of SharePoint to create events on the day that any of them log into their servers so I can keep track of it.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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Absolutely!  Pretty much everything is configurable in SharePoint.

To change the settings of the default calendar, click the Calendar Tools > Calendar tab:

Tab
Then click list settings:

Settings
Then under Content Types, click "Event":

Event
On this screen you can set whatever parameters you like for each field.

Settings
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Thanks Jeff
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