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In Outlook 2007, I currently have a personal folder with two calendars in it. I am trying to delete one of the empty calendars.

However, I do not get the option to delete the calendar when I right click on it. They are within the same data file so I can't get around the problem by deleting the data file. I have somehow managed to end up with all the calendar items I want in one calendar called 'calendar1' and an empty calendar called 'calendar'. The one I want to delete ('calendar') also won't let me change the name, etc.

How can I end up with just one calendar called 'calendar' with all my calendar stuff within?

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Found it:

Simply open Calendar1, export to a file, open Calendar, import from a file, and remove Calendar1.

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