Meeting requests in Microsoft Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook meetings
I am a secretary and am assigned "editor" for multiple people.   Sometimes I don't want to simply schedule a meeting, but I want to "invite" the calendar owner to be sure they want to attend.  In order to do this, do I just make sure that I've clicked on that person's calender, then select "new meeting request"?  I just wanted to be sure that this sends an email invitation to the calendar owner, rather than simply placing the event on their calendar without notice.

Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft Office 2010

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Can’t it be done by sharing the calendar and then send the sharing invitation to the calendar owner? Hopefully it works.
Outlook calendar can be shared by using the following steps:
1.    In the Share with box  fill the calendar’s owner name
2.    Choose the option Full details to make all details sharable.  
3.    After doing this click Send to send the sharing invitation to the person you have added.

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