Office 365 (Apple iCal/Calendar) - Invite an Attendee

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This document explains how to create a new calendar in Apple iCal (Mac OS 10.5-7) or Calendar (Mac OS 10.8-9).

Invite an Attendee

In iCal/Calendar, double-click the event to which you want to invite people and the Info window will open (or from the menubar select Edit -> Edit Event or Get Info). There are several ways you can invite someone to the event. These steps are also available when you first create an event.

  • Type email address and/or name
    • Click Add Invitees and type the email address for the person you want to invite.

      Invite Attendee

    • If you’re inviting someone whose contact information is stored in Address Book or WiscCal, start typing the person’s name. iCal/Calendar provides a list of contacts.
    • Select the contact you want, and then press Return to select it.
  • Use Address Panel
    • Choose Window -> Address Panel to open the Address panel.

      Address Panel selection

    • Select one or more contacts in the Address panel, and then drag them over the open event editor.
  • To invite more than one person, press Return (or type a comma) after each email address, and then follow either of the two steps above.
  • To remove a person from the invitees list, click the arrow next to the email address and choose Remove Invitee, or select the email address and press the Delete key.
  • When you’re ready to invite these guests to your event, click the Send button at the bottom of the event editor.



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Owner:Leah S.Group:DoIT Help Desk
Created:2013-08-27 11:25 CDTUpdated:2015-09-11 12:40 CDT
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