Sending an Update vs. Having all required to accept/decline again

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Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Microsoft Outlook updates
I have Office 2007 Outlook and I'm wondering how I can send an update to all where it shows up in their inbox as "No response required" instead of prompting them to accept/decline again? Sometimes I need to change conference rooms and I don't want to have all the responses coming in again when it's just a simple update to the meeting. I've seen them come into my inbox this way, but can't figure out how to do it on my end. Thanks in advance for the help. Leilani

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Office 2007 Outlook
ASKED: February 7, 2012  3:41 PM
UPDATED: February 28, 2012  8:24 AM

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Open Outlook-> click on calendar-> Select New-> Meeting Request.

2 On the Attendees box click on the small arrow attached to Responses and clear the check for Request Responses.

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    Thank you Rogershaw! I knew it was something small I was missing! :)
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