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I was able to get it working using a text file using the information here: http://answers.flyppdevportal.com/categories/sharepoint2010/sharepoint2010customization.aspx?ID=ca8cd0bf-2839-4635-8727-9de6ddba4824


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You need to add the OverLays to the Home Page App Part. OverLays you set for one Calendar part will not get copied over.


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From the detail in the comments above this may be possible via InfoPath Forms, although you will need to write custom code (C# or VB) behind the forms - these will use the Exchange Web Services API to perform the checks for availability and create the event in the Calendar also. MSDN is full of information of the Exchange Web Services including code ...


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It depends on how the information is architected on your organization. Below is how I recently implemented similar requirement On the root site I created Calendar App and named it Global Calendar. On this Calendar I had all the company Holidays Now each department has its own Calendar This Calendar has team meetings for that particular department Now ...


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From the browser, I don't think you can, but you can open this page in SharePoint Designer and make it point to your master page. Updated Answer Open SharePoint Designer on the site that contains your calendar. From the left pane click Lists and Libraries then choose your Calendar. Then under Views double click beside the link Calendar to open the page ...


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AFAIK, this behavior is by design. Even an alert is shown as you try change the recurring events, stating that all exceptions would be lost. After changes in the series, you should re-create the exceptions. You can automate the re-creation of exceptions (for example, via PowerShell), but based on your case it may be easier to manually alter the single ...


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The easiest way is to use a Web Part Page which has 3 zones. So place the image in left zone, then calendar on middle, then image on the left zone. Another option is to edit the page in SharePoint Designer. Place a <table> tag with 3 <td> and move the webpart code inside those.


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I solved this by invoking a webservice call using SPServices library. I got the CAML query from this site For reference I am copying code below GetItemsFromCalendarAsmx = function (webUrl, calendarGuid) { wsURL = webUrl + "_vti_bin/Lists.asmx"; var xmlCall = "<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi='http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance' ...


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Creating a lookup column will not add data from the lookup list. While creating events in the calendar list (app) you can pick the friends value from the lookup list. To automate this process you can Create a workflow that runs every day - Not recommended Create a timer job that runs every day You can add another calendar for keeping track of meetings. ...


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If you are using a date column for birthdays you can create a calendar view directly on that list. If you want to create multiple calendars you can stack them together (overlay them like in Outlook). This will only work for Calendar Apps though - not list calendar views. To do that open your calendar. In the ribbon select the "Calendar" tab and find ...



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