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On the navigation bar, click Calendar. Click Home > E-mail Calendar. Specify the Date Range for the calendar you want to send. Set the other calendar options you want then click OK. On the To line, type the name of the person you want to send your calendar. Click Send.
In the invitation window, click Insert > Attach File then select the file(s) you wish to attach to your meeting invitation. Select Insert to proceed. Select the item you wish to attach from your Outlook folders, then click OK.
In the invitation window, click Insert > Attach File then select the file(s) you wish to attach to your meeting invitation. Select Insert to proceed. Select the item you wish to attach from your Outlook folders, then click OK.
Step 1: Create an appointment. If you already created the appointment on your calendar, skip to the next section, Step 2: Send an iCalendar attachment. Step 2: Send an iCalendar attachment. On your calendar, click the appointment. Step 3: Add a link to the message body. The link can be text or any image that you choose.
Open the Google Calendar app on your iOS or Android device. In the bottom right-hand corner, tap the "+" icon. Next, tap "Event" to create an event.
On your computer, open Google Calendar. Create an event, or open an existing event. If you create a new event, click More options. At the bottom in the description box, click Add attachment . Choose a file that's already in your Google Drive, or click Upload to add a file from your computer.
Step 1: Create an appointment. If you already created the appointment on your calendar, skip to the next section, Step 2: Send an iCalendar attachment. Step 2: Send an iCalendar attachment. On your calendar, click the appointment. Step 3: Add a link to the message body. The link can be text or any image that you choose.
Click in the message body. On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink. In the Text to display box, type the text that you to appear as the link. In the Address box, enter the location where you saved the iCalendar .
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