Outlook calendar invite

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Microsoft Outlook 2007
Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Someone shared their calendar with me, but I can not write appointments on their calendar. How do I make it so that I can write on their calendar? Thank you!

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  • AndreaF
    Make sure that you have proper access to the Calendar: Permission Levels If you’re not sure what each permission level means, you can select one from the Permission Level drop down box and see what options are selected below. I’ve summarized the permission levels below. ■None- the person cannot see any information related to your calendar. ■Free/Busy time – the person can see when you’re free or busy ■Free/Busy time, subject, location - the person can see the time, subject, and location of your appointments ■Contributor - the person can put appointments on your calendar but cannot see details of existing appointments ■Reviewer - the person can read everything related to an appointment (except a private one) and see folders, but not subfolders ■Nonediting Author - the person can see appointment details, create appointments (but not folders), and delete the appointments they created ■Author - the person can see appointment details, create appointments, edit appointments they created, and delete appointments they created ■Publishing Author - the person can do everything an Author can, plus create subfolders ■Editor - the person can create items, edit all appointments, delete any appointment, and see the full details of all appointments ■Publishing Editor - the person can do everything an Editor can, plus create subfolders ■Owner - the person will have the same permissions to your calendar that you have This will need to be set by the owner of that calendar: Edit Sharing Permissions (Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2010) 1.Click on the Calendar button to go to Calendar view. 2.In the left hand column, right click on the calendar you want to share and select Properties. 3.In the window that opens, click on the Permissions tab. 4.In the Name column, click on the name of the person you want to change the permissions for. Their current permission level is indicated in the column beside their name. 5.In the Permissions section, click on the Permission Level drop down arrow. 6.Select a permission level (descriptions below). You can customize the permissions in the Read, Write, Delete items, and Other sections below. 7.When you’re finished adjusting the permissions, click OK.
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