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Is there a way in outlook 2010 and 2011 mac

to share just parts of a calendar. For example i have a calendar i would like everyone to see everything, but certain things i like dr appointments etc that i want to keep private. Is there away to do that or would i have to create a second calendar and not share that one.

And if i create a second calendar will that link up to my mobile devices just like my first one?

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Just make the appointments as PRIVATE. Nobody will see what they are then. Job done.

See here https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Make-an-appointment-or-meeting-private-9ee3427a-2d50-46ef-b38a-7a443cd5cd8a
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