Customizing SharePoint Calendar
Step by step instruction on how to customize the default calendar in Microsoft SharePoint.
A MS SharePoint calendar is created for you when Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 creates a new SharePoint website. You can customize the MS SharePoint calendar by changing its name and other settings. In order to do so, you must have permissions that are configured to allow you to change the design of the lists on your site.
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1. On the Quick Launch, click Calendar. If Calendar does not appear, click View All Site Content, and then click Calendar.
2. To change the settings for this calendar, on the Settings menu , click List Settings.
3. To change the title and description, under General Settings, click Title, description and navigation, and then type a different title and description.
4. Change any other settings that you want, and then click Save.
5. Return to your calendar by clicking its name in the Top Navigation Bar.
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