outlook shared calendar

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Microsoft Outlook 2007
Microsoft Outlook Calendar
We have 5 account managers each with their own outlook calendar. I want to create a master calendar to combine all individual calendars. We do not want a second calendar cause that would mean registering twice.

Is this possible?

As an alternative is it possible to search over the separate calendars for key words. Like who visited customer ABC.

 



Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft Outlook 2007

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Couldn’t you technically just have all the managers share their calendars with the appropriate people (basically with the person or people who you would give access to the “master calendar”) and then just select all 5 calendars and overlay them. It will show each calendars appointments in different colors but display them all in one calendar, emphasizing the appointments for the selected calendar, but showing all 5 calendars in one anyway.

Just select all the calendars from your shared calendars (once permissions have been applied) and select the little arrow pointing left (it should be next to the name of each calendar in their tabs). This will merge the calendar to your calendar (just press the arrow for each calendar you want to merge).

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