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After exporting the Calendar and importing to Outlook (365) the color coding dosnt show up. Can these things be imported into Office 365's version of Outlook?
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Nick Rhode earned 500 total points
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You can give this a try:  Export & Import Categories

The site covers exporting and importing your categories (calendar colors).  Includes screenshots to help simplify the process.
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Thanks, worked like a charm!
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