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If an event occurs on a regular basis, you can save time by setting it up as a recurring event.  
 
If an event occurs on a regular basis, you can save time by setting it up as a recurring event.  
  
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'''Important:''' Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or '''ALL''' instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence.  
 
'''Important:''' Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or '''ALL''' instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence.  

Revision as of 12:39, 17 August 2015

If an event occurs on a regular basis, you can save time by setting it up as a recurring event.

Watch how to setup up a recurring event:

Important: Once an event is listed as a recurring event, each event instance will be displayed on the calendar at the appropriate date/time where the instance may be modified on an individual basis or ALL instances may be changed at once by editing the original occurrence.

Note: After an instance has been edited individually, it will no longer accept the changes from the original occurrence.