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How to add additional vew to the calendar in SharePoint 2010?

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I have a Calendar of the events in SharePoint 2010. I need to add an additional view with details of each events in a simple list BELOW my calendar. Sorry I am not experienced with SharePoint. So I am looking step by step instruction for dummy.
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Navigate to your calendar page.  In the top left corner of the page, click the menu "Site Actions" and click on "Edit Page."  Wait for the page to refresh and display the button that says "Add a Web Part" in the middle of the page. when you click "Add a Web Part," select your calendar from the Lists and Libraries category and add it to "Main."

Here's where it gets fun.

On your page there should be two calendar webparts with your calendar name and either a [1] or a [2] after it.  Click on the small downwards-pointing triangle on the bottom calendar webpart, located in the top right corner.  In the menu that pops up, click on the "Edit Web Part" option.  This should open a sidebar on the right with a couple of collapsed sections and options.  Select "Current events" in the Selected View dropdown and hit Apply in the sidebar.  Once the page refreshes, the webpart should now display all events for the month in a list format extended details.  You might also want to expand the "Appearance" option to edit the title of the second webpart, so that isn't the same as the top webpart.

Finally, back in the List Views options, click on the link below the Selected View dropdown entitled "Edit the current view."  The default list view created only includes basic columns like the event title, location, start time, end time, attachments, and if the event is recurring.  When you click on "Edit the current view," it will allow you to select and order the columns you wish to display.

sorry for the lack of screenshots, i can generate some later if you need them.  please let me know if you have any questions.

good luck!
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Thank you.
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