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How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

If you inadvertently add the same holidays to your Calendar more than once, it can not only look rather messy, but also take attention away from other important events you might have on those days. While you could remove them by taking the time to delete each one, there is a much quicker method to force your Calendar to celebrate the holidays only once per event.

1. Go to Calendar.

2. Click View, mouseover Current View and select Events. This will provide a list of all events in your calendar.

3. Right-click a column header and select Field Chooser from the resulting menu.

4. In the Field Chooser box, use the dropdown and select Date/Time fields.

5. Select Created.

6. Drag Created to the Column Headers to add it to the list. Close the Field Chooser box.

7. Now click on the newly added column header (Created). This will sort all of your events by the date that they were added to your Calendar.

8. Find the group of holidays you wish to remove.

9. Select the first holiday in the list that is to be deleted.

10. Scroll down to the last holiday that is to be deleted. Hold down the Shift key and select this holiday. This will highlight all of the holidays that you are going to remove.

11. Press the Delete key. The duplicate holidays will be removed from the Calendar.

12. Click View, mouseover Current View and select Day/Week/Month to return the Calendar to the normal view.

Your Calendar should now only display one set of holidays.

Last Updated: July 2020.

Here’s a question we got from a reader:

I use my Outlook calendar to manage my business meetings and appointments, tasks and contacts; but also my personal appointments, as well as reminders to call friends on their birthday. As such i keep constantly getting reminders and notifications from Outlook on overdue appointments, meetings and tasks which is kind of overwhelming. Once i get a reminder, i typically dismiss it one by one, or dismiss them all. I guess my question is how to disable Outlook calendar reminders so i won’t need to get rid of them manually. I am using Outlook 365 on a Windows 10 computer.

Thanks for the nice question. Although you are using Windows, i have added another section that will be helpful for macOS users.

Disabling appointment reminders on Windows

Completely cancel reminders and notifications

Please proceed as following:

  • Open Microsoft Outlook.
  • From the upper menu bar, hit File.
  • Now hit Options.
  • Navigate to the Advanced tab.
  • In the Reminders section, uncheck the Show reminders box as shown below.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

  • Hit OK.

Cancel specific meeting notifications

You are able to get rid of reminders for appointments as well as individual or series of meetings. This will work both for meetings scheduled by 3rd parties or yourself.

Kindly proceed as following:

  • In Outlook, navigate to your calendar and double check your meeting.
  • In the Reminder combo box, select None, as shown in the screenshot below.
  • If you would like to modify a recurring meeting, hit the Recurrence button and adjust the reminder value.
  • Once done, hit Save and Close.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

Turning off calendar reminders in macOS

Outlook for macOS also allows you to suppress reminders for both individual or recurring appointments and meetings, or for all your calendars.

Disable reminders for specific appointments

  • Open Outlook for macOS.
  • Navigate to your Calendar.
  • If your appointment /meeting/recurrence is already set, double click on it.If the meeting doesn’t yet exist, you’ll need to first create it.
  • Set your meeting or appointment reminder to None, as indicated below

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

  • Close and save your appointment.

Disable Reminders for all Outlook calendars

If opting out from reminders of specific event doesn’t meet your specific needs, then you can stop all Outlook notifications by proceeding as described below.

  • Open Outlook for MAC.
  • On the top macOS bar hit Outlook.
  • Then hit Turn off reminders.

Additional reader questions

Mute notifications in Microsoft Teams

Shared calendar notifications

You can turn off notifications from shared calendar using the procedures shown above.

Reminders fire too soon, what to do?

Outlook allows you to set a default reminder timing for your calendar meetings and appointment only.

Please proceed as following:

  • In Outlook, hit File
  • Then hit Options
  • Select Calendar
  • Set the default reminder time to any time below the default 15 minutes.
  • Hit OK.

In case of further questions, feel free to leave us a comment.

Usually, you can delete an appointment or meeting in Outlook with selecting it and pressing the Delete key. How about deleting a variety of appointments and meetings in Outlook, such as deleting all appointments or meetings in a certain Calendar folder? This article will guide you to delete all calendar items or calendar entries from a certain Calendar folder in Microsoft Outlook easily.

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To delete all Calendar items or entries from Microsoft Outlook, you can do as following steps:

Step 1: Shift to the Calendar view, and open the calendar folder in which you will delete all items.

Step 2: Change the folder view with clicking the Change View > List on the View tab.

Note: In Outlook 2007, you can click the View > Current View > All Appointments.

Step 3: Select all items listing in the folder with pressing the Ctrl + A keys in a meanwhile.

Step 4: Press the Delete key to delete all items.

Note: If there are meetings existing in the selected calendar folder, after clicking the Delete key, the meeting windows will pop up. You need to send the cancellation to the meeting attendees by clicking the Send Cancellation button in the Meeting window.

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How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

Have you added holidays to your calendar in Outlook and now you want to remove them? Maybe you added holidays from a country or religion you didn’t mean to add, or you just don’t need to see the holidays on your calendar.

We have previously showed you how to add holidays to your calendar. Now, we’ll show you how to remove them.

If your calendar is not currently active, click the Calendar button on the Navigation bar.

Click the View tab.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

In the Current View section, click Change View and select List from the drop-down menu.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

If you want to delete one holiday (or just a few holidays), right-click on the holiday to delete and select Delete from the popup menu.

NOTE: No prompt is displayed to confirm your choice to delete one or more holidays, so be sure you want to do this.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

If you want to delete all the holidays in your calendar, click Categories in the Arrangement section of the View tab.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

All your calendar items are grouped into categories, Holiday being one. Right-click on the Categories: Holiday header and select Delete from the popup menu to delete all holidays from your calendar.

NOTE: No prompt is displayed to confirm your choice to delete all the holidays, so be sure you want to do this.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

You can also select all the holidays in the Holiday category just like you would select multiple files in Windows Explorer, using the Shift key. Then, right-click on the selection and select Delete from the popup menu.

You may want or need to remove holidays that you have added in your Outlook calendar. This tutorials will show you how to remove the holidays.

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Remove holidays from calendar in Outlook

1. Make sure that you are in Calendar section. Click View > Change View > List to list all holidays in order to easily manage them.

2. If you just want to remove a holiday, please select that holiday, right-click on it, then click Delete from the list to remove it. But if you want to remove multiple holidays, please hold Ctrl key to select them one by one, and then right-click on the holiday among them, click Delete to delete all the selected holidays.

3. But, if you want to remove all holidays from Outlook calendar, Please click View > Categories. See screenshot:

4. Then the holidays will be sorted by categories. Now, click on the Categories row, right-click on it, and then click Delete from the list.

5. When a prompt box popping up, click OK to start removing all holidays.

To delete holidays and events from Outlook calendar, do the following:

1. Open the Calendar folder and on the View tab, in the Current View group, in the Change View list, click List:

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

2. In the opened holidays and events list, select items you want to delete. To select multiple rows, press the Ctrl key, and then select more rows.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

3. On the Home tab, in the Actions group, click Delete (or just click the Delete button on the keyboard):

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You may want or need to remove holidays that you have added in your Outlook calendar. This tutorials will show you how to remove the holidays.

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Remove holidays from calendar in Outlook

1. Make sure that you are in Calendar section. Click View > Change View > List to list all holidays in order to easily manage them.

2. If you just want to remove a holiday, please select that holiday, right-click on it, then click Delete from the list to remove it. But if you want to remove multiple holidays, please hold Ctrl key to select them one by one, and then right-click on the holiday among them, click Delete to delete all the selected holidays.

3. But, if you want to remove all holidays from Outlook calendar, Please click View > Categories. See screenshot:

4. Then the holidays will be sorted by categories. Now, click on the Categories row, right-click on it, and then click Delete from the list.

5. When a prompt box popping up, click OK to start removing all holidays.

Over time, all of your saved calendar items might add up to a large number and occupy a large amount of space in your data file. To free some of this space, you can reduce the number of saved items by archiving or deleting them.

The archive process deletes items from your data file after first making a backup of the items in another Outlook Data File (.pst).

On the File tab, click Cleanup Tools, and then click Archive.

Note: Some organizations turn off the ability for users to create Outlook Data Files (.pst) which are used for archiving items. If you don’t see the Archive command, your organization may have turned this feature off.

Click Archive this folder and all subfolders.

If you created additional calendars, selecting this setting will archive items from those calendars.

In the folder list, click Calendar.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

In the Archive items older than list, select the date that you want. To archive everything, select a date in the future.

If you want, select the Include items with “Do not AutoArchive” checked check box.

Selecting this check box will archive everything, such as items that you marked as exceptions to AutoArchive.

You can accept the file location where the archive file is saved, or you can browse to a different folder and provide the file name of your choice.

Note: We recommend that you note this location so that you can easily find the archive file later.

The archiving process starts. When you return to the main Outlook view, the Outlook status bar indicates that the archive is in progress.

To cancel the archive in progress, click . Any items that were already archived up to that point will remain in the archive file.

The process of deleting removes all the items from your data file without making a backup.

Warning: The following steps will delete all items in your calendar, including holidays that are automatically added to the calendar. You can replace default Outlook holidays that are deleted during these steps, but all other calendar items are permanently deleted.

In Calendar, click View.

In the Current View group, click Change View, and then click List.

Click in the item list, and then press Ctrl+A.

All items in the list should now be selected.

The archive process deletes items from your data file after first making a backup of the items in another Outlook data file. You can configure Outlook to automatically run AutoArchive at specific intervals, or you can manually archive the items.

On the File menu, click Archive.

Click Archive this folder and all subfolders.

If you created other calendars below the default calendar, selecting this setting will archive items from those calendars as well.

In the folder list, select the Calendar folder.

In the Archive items older than list, select the date that you want. To archive everything, select a date in the future.

If you want, select the Include items with “Do not AutoArchive” checked check box.

Selecting this check box will archive everything, including items that you marked as exceptions to AutoArchive.

You can accept the file location where the archive file will be saved, or you can browse to a different folder and provide the file name of your choice.

Note: We recommend that you make a note of this location so that you can easily find the archive file later, if needed.

The archiving process begins. The Outlook status bar displays the Archiving menu. You can click Archiving for the option to cancel the archive in progress. Any items that were already archived up to that point will remain in the archive file.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

1. All items in the selected folder and all of its subfolders are included in the archive.

2. Click Calendar for calendar items.

3. To archive all items, select a date in the future.

4. When you select the Include items with “Do not AutoArchive” checked check box, all items are archived without exception.

5. Location of the archive file.

The process of deleting removes all the items from your data file without making a backup.

Warning: The following steps will delete all items in your calendar, including holidays that are automatically added to the calendar. You can replace holidays that are deleted during these steps, but your other items will be unrecoverable.

In the Navigation Pane, click Calendar.

On the View menu, point to Current View, and then click By Category.

Click Categories: (none), and then press CTRL+A.

All items in the list should now be selected.

I found that the latest holidays are missing from my calendar. I checked for updates but none are there and manually trying to install the latest holiday updates gives an error that the update is already installed or does not apply to my system.

How can I get the latest holidays to show up?

After applying updates that contain new holiday information, the newly included holidays are not directly added to your Calendar. You’ll have to reselect the option to include the holidays for a specific country in your Calendar.

To prevent duplicates, it is recommended that you delete the currently imported holidays from your Calendar before importing the holidays again.

Remove current holidays

The easiest way to remove previously imported holidays from your Calendar is via the “By Category” view;

  • Outlook 2007
    View-> Current View-> By Category
  • Outlook 2010 / 2013 / 2016 / 2019 / Microsoft 365 (Classic Ribbon)
    1. View-> Change View-> List
    2. In the Arrangement group select: Categories
  • Microsoft 365 (Single Line Ribbon)
    1. View-> Change View-> List
    2. Arrange By-> Categories

Now you can easily select all the items that have the Holiday category (by clicking on the Holiday group header) and delete them all at once. If you use SHIFT+Delete to delete them, you’ll skip the Delete Items folder and permanently delete them.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013
Deleting all Holidays at once is easy via a By Category sorted view.

Import new holidays

To import the new holidays you can reselect the option for the holidays of your country in the Add Holidays… dialog;

  • Outlook 2007
    Tools-> Options…-> button: Calendar Options…-> button: Add Holidays…
  • Outlook 2010 / 2013 / 2016 / 2019 / Microsoft 365
    File-> Options-> section: Calendar-> group: Calendar Options-> button: Add Holidays…

Holiday updates

Microsoft uses regular Office updates to include new holidays or update or remove existing ones. Therefor, make sure you’ve installed the latest updates before importing your holidays.

Below is an overview of up to which year holidays are included for each Outlook version.

  • Outlook 2007 / Outlook 2010
    Includes holidays up to 2028 but many only go up to 2020.
  • Outlook 2013
    Includes holidays up to 2022.
  • Outlook 2016 (msi only)
    Includes holidays up to 2026.
  • Outlook 2016 / Outlook 2019 / Microsoft 365
    Includes holidays up to 2026.
  • All versions(standalone hol-file by Microsoft)
    This is the same one for an up-to-date Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010.
    Includes holidays up to 2028 but many only go up to 2020.
  • All versions(standalone hol-file by MSOutlook.info)
    Includes holidays up to 2026 (similar to Microsoft 365).

Note: The standalone hol-file can be used with all Outlook versions and not just Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 as the download page might suggest. See below for more information on how to import the holidays included in the hol-file.

Manual holiday updates (hol- files)

Outlook holiday files have the .hol extension. If you have an updated hol-file that you wish to use with Outlook, then you can simply double click it to to launch the “Add Holidays to Calendar” dialog. You can use this method for instance to import holiday updates or custom holidays or vacation lists provided by your company.

When you create a hol-file of your own, make sure you save it in the Unicode format (use the Save As… option when using Notepad).

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013
When you have an updated holidays file (.hol),
you can double click on it to directly open it with
Outlook and select which holidays to import.

Replacing the current hol-file of Outlook

If you want it to replace the holidays list of Outlook, then you can overwrite the outlook.hol file that is located in the language ID folder of the Office installation directory.

Examples of locations:

  • English version of Outlook 2007 on a 32-bit version of Windows
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\1033
  • English version of 32-bit Outlook 2010 on a 64-bit version of Windows
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office (x86)\Office14\1033
  • Dutch version of 64-bit Outlook 2010 on a 64-bit version of Windows
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\1043
  • English version of 64-bit Outlook 2013 on a 64-bit version of Windows
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15\1033
  • English version of 64-bit Outlook 2016 on a 64-bit version of Windows
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office16\1033

Note: To lookup the language ID folder for your language you can use this table. You need to look in the “LCID” column for the correct number.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

Add holidays for the country that you want to appear on the Outlook calendar.

Add holidays to the calendar

When you first use Outlook 2013, there aren’t any holidays on the Calendar. But, you can add holidays for one or more countries.

Click FILE > Options > Calendar.

Under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.

Check the box for each country whose holidays you want to add to your calendar, and then click OK.

If a country’s or region’s holidays are already added to your calendar, the box for the country will be checked in the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box. If you click OK, the holidays are added and duplicates are created.

Delete holidays and events

In Calendar, click VIEW > Change View > List.

Select the holidays you want to delete. To select multiple rows, press the Ctrl key, and then click the Calendar icon to select more rows.

Click HOME > Delete.

To quickly delete all of the holidays for a country, click the LOCATION column heading to sort the list of events so that all of the holidays for a country are grouped together.

Want more?

A personal calendar just isn’t complete without holidays. And you can add them with Outlook.

Click the FILE tab and open Options.

In the navigation bar, click Calendar, and under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.

Decide which set of holidays you want by checking one or more locations.

Then, click OK, and the holidays are added to your main calendar.

If holidays for that location are already installed, you’ll get this message. Click Yes if you have been using Outlook for a few years and you are missing holidays for the current year.

Otherwise, click No to avoid getting duplicates.

Now let’s see what a holiday looks like. I’ll double-click Boxing Day.

As you can see, the holidays that Outlook adds are nothing more than appointments that last all day and belong to a category called Holiday.

So, you can work with them just like any other appointment.

For example, we could turn this holiday appointment into a Boxing Day party – add a message, attachments, change the location and invite others. Then, Send it.

You can also delete a holiday just like any other appointment, by clicking Delete, or by selecting it on the calendar and pressing the Delete key.

If you want to delete more than one holiday, you can do it easier in List view.

On the VIEW tab, click Change View, and List. Then, under Arrangement, make sure Categories is selected.

And all the holidays appear in the Holiday category. Notice that Outlook adds ten years’ worth of holidays.

If you want to select multiple entries, use the Ctrl or Shift keys, and press Delete.

List view is also a good way to deal with the duplicate entries, which can happen if you combine calendars, for example.

To make it easier to see all the duplicates, you can sort the entries in each category by subject.

On the VIEW tab, under Arrangement, click the More button, and View Settings.

Select Sort. In Sort items by, select Subject, and click OK.

Now with the holidays in alphabetical order, it is easier to select and delete the whole groups of entries.

If your calendar contains holidays from multiple countries, you could also sort by LOCATION.

If you want to delete the whole Holiday category, right-click the category heading, click Delete, and OK.

After you add holidays with Outlook, you can go a step further and add your own holidays and important recurring dates, like birthdays and work holidays.

Check out the video Add custom holidays to your calendar.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

You would rather lie on the beach than schedule an event on a holiday by mistake? We use calendars to keep our life more organized and to keep track of all appointments, meetings, deadlines, and events in our work life as well as in our private life. That said, I’m sure I’m not the only one who does not remember all the holidays at any time. Forgetting a holiday can complicate the planning process of your personal and professional commitments. Wouldn’t it be a big help if the Outlook calendar would show you all holidays automatically? Well, in this article you’ll learn how to display holidays in your Outlook calendar which will hopefully make things easier for you!

Find out here how you can find holidays in your calendar even faster with Lookeen

Step by Step: How to add holidays to your Outlook calendar

Step 1: Open your Outlook desktop app and click on the File tab.

Step 2: Select Options.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

Step 3: A pop-up window will open. There, you can select Calender on the top left.

Step 4: Select Add holidays

Holiday updates

Make sure to install the latest updates before importing your holidays, as Microsoft uses regular Office updates to update, include, or remove existing ones. Depending on the Outlook version, there are differences in which year Outlook shows the holidays in your calendar.

  • Outlook 2007 / Outlook 2010
    Includes holidays up to 2028.
  • Outlook 2013
    Includes holidays up to 2022.
  • Outlook 2016
    Includes holidays up to 2026.
  • Outlook 2016 / Outlook 2019 / Microsoft 365
    Includes holidays up to 2026.

How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

Step 5: Scroll through the list of countries until you find the one you want to have the holidays from in your calendar. Check the box next to the country.

Adding new holidays

Note: To avoid creating duplicate entries on your Exchange calendar, search for existing holidays and remove them before using these instructions.

To add holidays to your Exchange calendar using Microsoft Outlook :

    In Outlook 2010, click the File tab, and then click Options .

In Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2002, in Calendar view, from the Tools menu, select Options. , and then click Calendar Options. .

In Outlook 2010, from the menu on the left, click Calendar .

In Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2002, under “Calendar options”, click Add Holidays. .

  • Outlook automatically selects your country or region. Use the checkboxes to change your country or region, or to add holidays for other countries and regions.
  • To save your holidays, click OK .
  • Searching for and removing existing holidays

    In Outlook, to search for and remove holidays on your Exchange calendar:

      In Outlook 2010, in Calendar view, click the “Search Calendar” box. From the Search tab, click Search Tools , and then Advanced Find. .

    In Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2002, in Calendar view, open the Tools menu:

    • In Outlook 2007, select Instant Search , and then Advanced Find. .
    • In Outlook 2003, select Find , and then Advanced Find. .
    • In Outlook 2002, select Advanced Find. .

  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • Click Field , select Frequently-used fields , and then choose Categories .
  • Under “Condition:”, use the drop-down list to select contains .
  • Under “Value:”, type holiday .
  • Click Add to list .
  • Click Find Now .
  • Maximize the search results window for easy viewing. If you see the message “There are no items to show in this view.”, you have no holidays on your calendar.
  • In Outlook 2010, to manually select all of the holidays, click in the results area and press Ctrl-A.

    In Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2002, in the Advanced Find window, from the Edit menu, select Select All to highlight all holidays that the search found.

    In Outlook 2010, right-click the highlighted holidays and choose Delete .

    In Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2002, in the Advanced Find window, from the Edit menu, select Delete .

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    Last modified on 2021-09-07 17:13:20 .

    If you inadvertently add the same holidays to your Calendar more than once, it can not only look rather messy, but also take attention away from other important events you might have on those days. While you could remove them by taking the time to delete each one, there is a much quicker method to force your Calendar to celebrate the holidays only once per event.

    1. Go to Calendar.

    2. Click View, mouseover Current View and select Events. This will provide a list of all events in your calendar.

    3. Right-click a column header and select Field Chooser from the resulting menu.

    4. In the Field Chooser box, use the dropdown and select Date/Time fields.

    5. Select Created.

    6. Drag Created to the Column Headers to add it to the list. Close the Field Chooser box.

    7. Now click on the newly added column header (Created). This will sort all of your events by the date that they were added to your Calendar.

    8. Find the group of holidays you wish to remove.

    9. Select the first holiday in the list that is to be deleted.

    10. Scroll down to the last holiday that is to be deleted. Hold down the Shift key and select this holiday. This will highlight all of the holidays that you are going to remove.

    11. Press the Delete key. The duplicate holidays will be removed from the Calendar.

    12. Click View, mouseover Current View and select Day/Week/Month to return the Calendar to the normal view.

    Your Calendar should now only display one set of holidays.

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    Add holidays for the country that you want to appear on the Outlook calendar.

    Add holidays to the calendar

    When you first use Outlook 2013, there aren’t any holidays on the Calendar. But, you can add holidays for one or more countries.

    Click FILE > Options > Calendar.

    Under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.

    Check the box for each country whose holidays you want to add to your calendar, and then click OK.

    If a country’s or region’s holidays are already added to your calendar, the box for the country will be checked in the Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box. If you click OK, the holidays are added and duplicates are created.

    Delete holidays and events

    In Calendar, click VIEW > Change View > List.

    Select the holidays you want to delete. To select multiple rows, press the Ctrl key, and then click the Calendar icon to select more rows.

    Click HOME > Delete.

    To quickly delete all of the holidays for a country, click the LOCATION column heading to sort the list of events so that all of the holidays for a country are grouped together.

    Want more?

    A personal calendar just isn’t complete without holidays. And you can add them with Outlook.

    Click the FILE tab and open Options.

    In the navigation bar, click Calendar, and under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.

    Decide which set of holidays you want by checking one or more locations.

    Then, click OK, and the holidays are added to your main calendar.

    If holidays for that location are already installed, you’ll get this message. Click Yes if you have been using Outlook for a few years and you are missing holidays for the current year.

    Otherwise, click No to avoid getting duplicates.

    Now let’s see what a holiday looks like. I’ll double-click Boxing Day.

    As you can see, the holidays that Outlook adds are nothing more than appointments that last all day and belong to a category called Holiday.

    So, you can work with them just like any other appointment.

    For example, we could turn this holiday appointment into a Boxing Day party – add a message, attachments, change the location and invite others. Then, Send it.

    You can also delete a holiday just like any other appointment, by clicking Delete, or by selecting it on the calendar and pressing the Delete key.

    If you want to delete more than one holiday, you can do it easier in List view.

    On the VIEW tab, click Change View, and List. Then, under Arrangement, make sure Categories is selected.

    And all the holidays appear in the Holiday category. Notice that Outlook adds ten years’ worth of holidays.

    If you want to select multiple entries, use the Ctrl or Shift keys, and press Delete.

    List view is also a good way to deal with the duplicate entries, which can happen if you combine calendars, for example.

    To make it easier to see all the duplicates, you can sort the entries in each category by subject.

    On the VIEW tab, under Arrangement, click the More button, and View Settings.

    Select Sort. In Sort items by, select Subject, and click OK.

    Now with the holidays in alphabetical order, it is easier to select and delete the whole groups of entries.

    If your calendar contains holidays from multiple countries, you could also sort by LOCATION.

    If you want to delete the whole Holiday category, right-click the category heading, click Delete, and OK.

    After you add holidays with Outlook, you can go a step further and add your own holidays and important recurring dates, like birthdays and work holidays.

    Check out the video Add custom holidays to your calendar.

    I’ve configured my Outlook.com account in Outlook and here I see multiple Calendars like my default Calendar, a Birthday Calendar, a Holidays Calendar and a few more I created.

    Now I want to delete the ones I created as I either copied the items to my main Calendar or simply no longer need them. However, when I right click on the Calendar in Outlook, the option to delete the Calendar is greyed out.

    How do I delete these Outlook.com Calendars?

    When you’ve configured your Outlook.com account as an Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) account in Outlook 2013, you indeed cannot delete any Calendars or Tasks folders from within Outlook. You’ll have to do that via the Calendar module of Outlook.com.

    Note: When you’ve configured the Outlook.com account in Outlook 2003, 2007 or 2010 with the Outlook Hotmail Connector, you should be able to delete it by right clicking on it and choosing Delete but you can of course also do it via the Outlook.com website.

    Manage Calendars on Outlook.com

    You can access your Outlook.com Calendars by going to: https://calendar.live.com

    To delete any of your configured Calendars, do the following:

      Click on the gear icon at the top right (left from your name)

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    From the Options page, in the “Edit your reminder and calendar settings” section, click on the name of the Calendar that you wish to delete to open its Settings page.

    At the top of the page, there is a Delete button to delete the.

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    Note 1: Deleting a Calendar will also delete its corresponding Tasks folder as in Outlook.com, each Calendar has its own dedicated Tasks folder.

    Note 2: To re-add the Birthday Calendar see Recreating the Birthday Calendar.

    Outlook 2013 resembles Outlook 2010 in a lot of ways, but there are some noticeable changes. You can still perform tasks like creating distribution lists, but some menus and ribbons have been changed.

    One of those changes is the addition of localized weather information that appears at the top of your calendar. This is meant as a helpful tool that can provide a little bit of future data that could affect the events on your calendar, and it is an addition that many people will appreciate. However, others may find it distracting and wish to remove it from their Outlook calendar screen. Fortunately Microsoft has set this weather information as an option that you can turn off and on, so continue reading below to learn how to disable it.

    Turn off the Weather Info in Outlook 2013

    Like many of the other options that you can configure in Outlook 2013, this setting is located on the Outlook Options menu. Once you have followed the instructions below to remove this data, you should look around on that menu to see if there are any other settings or configurations that you might prefer.

    Step 1: Launch Outlook 2013.

    Step 2: Click File at the top-left corner of the window.

    Step 3: Click Options in the column at the left side of the window. This is going to open the Outlook Options window.

    Step 4: Click the Calendar tab at the left side of the Outlook Options window.

    Step 5: Scroll to the Weather section at the bottom of the window.

    Step 6: Click the box to the left of Show weather on the calendar to remove the check mark.

    Step 7: Click the OK button at the bottom of the window to save your changes.

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    One of the best features of Microsoft Outlook is its accompanying calendar, which is especially useful for scheduling meetings, appointments, and keeping track of important deadlines.

    Outlook’s calendar has a variety of customization options, including the ability to add holidays to your calendar. This helps you keep track of days off and celebrations alongside your other personal and professional commitments.

    Once you’ve added holidays to your Outlook calendar, they will appear in the Calendar desktop app that accompanies Outlook.

    To add holidays to your Outlook calendar, you’ll need to be using the Outlook desktop app. Here’s how to do it.

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    How to add holidays to your Outlook calendar

    1. Log in to Outlook.com

    2. On the Outlook desktop app, click on the “File” tab.

    3. Click on “Options.”

    4. Click on “Calendar” in the pop-up window, then click on the button labeled “Add Holidays.”

    5. Scroll through the list until you find the country that observes the holidays you wish to add. 5. Click on that country’s name so that the box next to it shows a checkmark.

    6. Click “OK” when you are done.

    7. Click “OK” again to confirm and close out of the pop-up windows.

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    How to Add Holidays to Your Outlook Calendar

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    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    What day of the week is New Year’s Eve this year…?

    Outlook can help you keep track of regular holidays (specific to your country, too), but the option is not enabled by default.

    Unfortunately, you can’t add holidays directly from Outlook on the Web/OWA, but if you follow the instructions for Outlook 2013/2016, you should be able to see the added holidays if you access your calendar on the web.

    To add holidays to your Outlook calendar:

    1. From the File tab, click Options.
    2. Select the Calendar tab.
    3. In the Calendar options area, click the Add Holidays button.
    4. The Add Holidays to Calendar dialog box appears. Select the country whose holidays you’d like to add. If you have already added a country’s holidays, you will see a check next to the country name.
    5. Click OK and the holidays will be added to your calendar.

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    Calendars are important for keeping a schedule, to-do lists, and dates of important events and meetings. However, you may be in need of a new calendar because the old one is filled up with so much junk. You can delete any calendar you create in Outlook, but for your primary calendar. This primary calendar is used in keeping track of any appointments, scheduled events, meeting requests that you may have received or sent. You will learn how to delete items from the primary calendar and also delete such additional calendars like a team, shared, SharePoint, etc.

    How to Delete Calendar in Outlook 2010/2013/2016/2019/365

    In order to delete the calendar in Outlook, all you need to do is follow these steps below; they are quite simple really:

    1. Open Outlook and go to the Folder Pane. Here, select “Calendar” and right-click the calendar’s name i.e. the calendar you wish to delete.

    2. Select “Delete Calendar”

    3. Confirm your action by clicking “Yes”

    Delete All Items from the Primary Calendar

    Although you cannot delete your Outlook primary calendar, you can remove all the items that have been saved in the calendar. Follow the steps below to do this:

    1. Open “Calendar”, select the “View” option.

    2. Select the “Current View” group and select “List” under “Change View”

    3. Tap the list of items and press “Ctrl” and “A”. This will choose all list items

    4. Press the “Delete” button

    Remove Shared, Team, Group, and SharePoint Calendars

    When you launch Outlook and open its created calendars, they get automatically added to the calendar’s folder pane. Now, to remove team, SharePoint, shared and group calendars, do the following:

    1. Right-click the chosen calendar and from the options, select “Delete Calendar” or “Delete Group”

    2. Outlook will prompt you to confirm if you wish to remove the calendar or group and relocate its contents into the folder for “Deleted Items”. Choose “Yes” to confirm your decision.

    Note: You will not see the calendar in the folder pane anymore or even the calendar. Your original source calendar will not be tampered with because it is only your own copy that gets deleted.

    Why Can’t I Delete a Calendar?

    If the “Delete” option is in gray as shown below, then it means that you cannot delete the chosen calendar. What this means is that the chosen calendar is your Outlook primary calendar. Is this calendar your primary calendar? If yes, there goes your answer.

    How to Recover Deleted Calendar with Outlook PST Repair

    What is a PST file? PST stands for “Personal Storage Table” and it is the file format used by Microsoft Outlook to store emails and more data locally. When you are deleting an item in Microsoft Outlook, it goes into the dumpster section of the PST file. You can recover email messages and note items from PST files.

    Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair supports all Microsoft Outlook PST formats and is able to fix corrupted PSTs. The program first scans the PST and then shows you a preview of the items found inside. You can later export or save individual files in different file formats like EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, and PDF, or export a new PST file.

    Recover Deleted Calendar from PST Files

    Step 1 If you do not remember the location of PST files, please select “Find Outlook File” to locate the PST file.

    Step 2 Look in the drive to search for the damaged and corrupted drive.

    Step 3 After searching the drive, all the damaged PST files will display in the result section. Select one to repair the process and scan.

    Step 4 All the repaired PST files will be shown in the left sidebar. You can preview the Calendar items and email messages.

    Step 5 Select the Calendar item to save to the desired location. Your accidentally deleted Calendar has been recovered.

    How to Recover Deleted Calendar in Outlook

    That was the complicated deleted email recovery method when your PST file gets corrupted. In normal conditions when you delete something, it goes right into the “deleted items” folder. In the following tutorial, we are going to chase down your deleted Calendar Appointments and are going to restore them right away.

    Step 1 Navigate to the “Deleted Items” folder in the left pane, or press “Ctrl + 6” simultaneously;

    Step 2 Right-click on the Calendar appointment or any other item;

    Notes: Instead of clicking and dragging items to original folders, you can right-click an item and tap Move > Other Folder.

    The same method can be used to recover other deleted Microsoft Outlook Items like appointments, tasks, notes, emails, and so on.

    I need to be able to push American and Canadian holidays to users outlook calendars. We are on Exchange 2010 and have users with Outlook 2003,2010, and 2013.

    Is there a way to push it from the server? So far my best idea is to create an invite which I would hope all my users accept for each holiday.

    Any ideas welcome, and i am willing to use power-shell if needed.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Create an Outlook Holiday file with extension of .hol with the holidays you want to appear on calendars. And then send it to everyone. When they open the file, the holidays are added to their calendar. They need to be careful not to open more than once.

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    2003 Exchange we would create a calendar with all the holidays in it, save it in a PST file and use exmerge to import it to all users.

    Don’t know if there is an easier way to do it on 2010 Exchange.

    1. Why don’t you create a public shared calendar and add the add all the US/Canadian holidays there and whenevere users needs to see the calendar just go to public folder and take a look. This way any company holidays/ppl’s vacation could also be entered there so that you know who is here or not.
    2. You could also use Sharepoint and pulish any folders or even have every users web browser point to that calender when they first start the internet/chrome/firefox/etc.

    create a calendar on your outlook, name it “holidays” enter the dates, right click on it, share -> email calendar. done.

    they get your mail, open the attached .ics and tada, the extra calendar is in their outlook and also in exchange so it will show on iOS as well.

    not the most elegant way but works

    Create an Outlook Holiday file with extension of .hol with the holidays you want to appear on calendars. And then send it to everyone. When they open the file, the holidays are added to their calendar. They need to be careful not to open more than once.

    Thanks Cindy H, that worked. Now I have an easy way to deploy holidays or other important dates to everyone.

    Cindy H – not to ask a stupid question but how do I create an outlook holiday file?

    Open notepad and create in the following format and save it with .hol extension like “holidays.hol”

    [Section Name] [Number of Holidays]
    Holiday Description, yyyy/mm/dd
    Holiday Description, yyyy/mm/dd
    Holiday Description, yyyy/mm/dd

    After doing it you can double click on that file to add to your calender.

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    This cmdlet is available in on-premises Exchange and in the cloud-based service. Some parameters and settings may be exclusive to one environment or the other.

    Use the Remove-CalendarEvents cmdlet to cancel future meetings in user or resource mailboxes. Cancelling future meetings removes them from attendee and resource calendars (for example, you’re going to remove the mailbox, or the user is going on a leave of absence).

    For information about the parameter sets in the Syntax section below, see Exchange cmdlet syntax.

    Syntax

    Description

    This cmdlet cancels meetings in the specified mailbox where the mailbox is the meeting organizer, and the meeting has one or more attendees or resources. It doesn’t cancel appointments or meetings without attendees or resources. Because meeting cancellations must be sent out, the mailbox must still be enabled to send mail.

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can run this cmdlet. Although this topic lists all parameters for the cmdlet, you may not have access to some parameters if they’re not included in the permissions assigned to you. To find the permissions required to run any cmdlet or parameter in your organization, see Find the permissions required to run any Exchange cmdlet.

    Examples

    Example 1

    This example cancels every meeting in the mailbox [email protected] that occurs on or 120 days after today’s date. After you cancel the meetings, you can remove the mailbox.

    Example 2

    This example cancels the meetings in Angela Gruber’s calendar for the specified date range. Angela is taking a temporary leave of absence from the company, so cancelling these meetings removes them from the user and resource calendars during her absence.

    Example 3

    This example previews the meetings that would be cancelled in Jacob Berger’s calendar for the specified date range. No changes are made to the mailbox.

    Parameters

    The CancelOrganizedMeetings switch specifies whether to cancel meetings in the mailbox. You don’t need to specify a value with this switch.

    To cancel meetings in the mailbox, you need to use this switch.

    Type: SwitchParameter
    Position: Named
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: False
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The Confirm switch specifies whether to show or hide the confirmation prompt. How this switch affects the cmdlet depends on if the cmdlet requires confirmation before proceeding.

    • Destructive cmdlets (for example, Remove-* cmdlets) have a built-in pause that forces you to acknowledge the command before proceeding. For these cmdlets, you can skip the confirmation prompt by using this exact syntax: -Confirm:$false .
    • Most other cmdlets (for example, New-* and Set-* cmdlets) don’t have a built-in pause. For these cmdlets, specifying the Confirm switch without a value introduces a pause that forces you acknowledge the command before proceeding.
    Type: SwitchParameter
    Aliases: cf
    Position: Named
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: False
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The Identity parameter specifies the mailbox that you want to modify. You can use any value that uniquely identifies the mailbox. For example:

    • Name
    • Alias
    • Distinguished name (DN)
    • Canonical DN
    • Domain\Username
    • Email address
    • GUID
    • LegacyExchangeDN
    • SamAccountName
    • User ID or user principal name (UPN)
    Type: MailboxIdParameter
    Position: 1
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: True
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The PreviewOnly switch specifies whether to preview the results of the command without actually cancelling any meetings. You don’t need to specify a value with this switch.

    You use this switch with the Verbose switch.

    Type: SwitchParameter
    Position: Named
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: False
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The QueryStartDate parameter specifies the start date to look for meetings that you want to cancel.

    Use the short date format that’s defined in the Regional Options settings on the computer where you’re running the command. For example, if the computer is configured to use the short date format mm/dd/yyyy, enter 09/01/2018 to specify September 1, 2018. You can enter the date only, or you can enter the date and time of day. If you enter the date and time of day, enclose the value in quotation marks (“), for example, “09/01/2018 5:00 PM”.

    Note: If you don’t use this parameter, today’s date is used.

    You use the QueryWindowInDays parameter to specify the end date.

    Type: ExDateTime
    Position: Named
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: False
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The QueryWindowInDays parameter specifies the number of days after the QueryStartDate parameter value to look for meetings that you want to cancel.

    If an instance of a recurring meeting occurs during the specified time period, the entire series is cancelled (not just the instances during the time period).

    Note: The maximum window that’s allowed for meeting cancellation is 1825 days (5 years).

    Type: Int32
    Position: Named
    Default value: None
    Accept pipeline input: False
    Accept wildcard characters: False
    Applies to: Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Online

    The WhatIf switch simulates the actions of the command. You can use this switch to view the changes that would occur without actually applying those changes. You don’t need to specify a value with this switch.

    If you are using Outlook 2013 to send and receive mail with the use of the Google Calendar online calendar service, you can apply the following tips to integrate these two great services to help better. your job.

    • Gmail, Google Drive and Calendar will be built into Outlook.com
    • Use Google Calendar in Outlook 2010

    If you are using Outlook 2013 to send and receive mail, and you also use the Google Calendar online calendar service, you can integrate these two great services together to support your work. The following article Network Administrator will guide you through the steps to integrate Google Calendar into Outlook 2013.

    Request:

    – Google Calendar account.

    – Your computer has Outlook 2013 installed.

    1. Integrate Google Calendar into Outlook 2013

    First login your Google Calendar account.

    Next in the left pane, under My calendars , click the arrow icon and select Calendar Settings from the Menu.

    Here, in the Private Address section, click the blue ICAL button .

    Copy the address link provided in the Private Address dialog box as shown below (by right-clicking the link and selecting Copy link address or Copy link location or Copy shortcut option, depending on your browser).

    Note:

    Don’t share your Private address with anyone, unless you want them to see the event on your calendar.

    The next step is now to add this link to the Internet Calendars section on Outlook. To do this, follow the steps below:

    – Open Outlook and then click the File tab in the top left corner of the Ribbon.

    – Next click Account Settings and then select the Account Settings option.

    – On Account Settings window, click Internet Calendars tab .

    – Under Internet Calendars, click the New icon .

    – Now on the screen that displays the New Internet Calendar Subscription dialog box, paste the link you copied from the Private Address dialog box above into the frame and click Add .

    – In Folder Name , enter any name you want to display in Outlook and click OK.

    Now you can look at the left pane of Outlook, the Google Calendar you added is displayed under Other Calendars . You can type the tick or uncheck the field to display or hide the calendar.

    Note:

    Cannot update Google Calendar from Outlook. To update events on your calendar, you will have to log into your Google account from the browser.

    2. Remove Google Calendar from Outlook

    If you do not want Google Calendar to appear on Outlook, you can remove it. To do this thing:

    – Click on the File tab on Outlook.

    – Click Account Settings and then select Account Settings .

    – Access Internet Calendars tab . Here select the Google Calendar you want to remove and then click Remove as shown below.

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    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013If you frequently work with people outside of your time zone or country, you know the scheduling hurdles of dealing with different time zones and holidays.

    Buried in the Calendar settings in Outlook are a few ways to make this a little easier.

    Add Additional Time Zones to Your Calendar

    You can add multiple time zones in your calendar, so all appear at once (it’s easier to read than that sounds, trust us).

    On the Outlook Desktop App:

    To do this, on any screen in Outlook, go to File, then Options. Once the Outlook Options box comes up, click “Calendar” in the right bar. Scroll down until you see the “Time Zones” Section (this is also where you can edit your default time zone).

    Label the existing time zone with something you’ll recognize. Then check the box next to “Show a second time zone.” Label it with a different name and choose the correct time zone.

    If you want to add a third time zone, repeat this process with the “Show a third time zone” option.

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    This is how it will show up on your calendar:

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    Your default time zone will be listed closest to the calendar listings. The second time zone will be listed next, and the third time zone will be farthest away from your calendar listings.

    Right now, this is only possible on the Outlook desktop app and does not carry over to the web app or mobile. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to be on the roadmap for development, either.

    Add Holidays to Your Calendar

    You can also add multiple holiday calendars to your Outlook Calendar. In Outlook, you can choose from holiday calendars from dozens of countries and a few religions.

    On the Outlook Desktop App:

    On any screen in Outlook, click File, then Options. Once the Outlook Options box comes up, click “Calendar” in the right bar.

    Under the “Calendar Options” section, there is a line for “Add holidays to the Calendar:” Click the “Add Holidays” button right next to it.

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    You’ll get another pop up with a list of countries and religions. Select which calendar(s) you want to add and click Ok.

    They’ll be added to your Calendar. The holidays will show up at the top of your calendar as an all-day event, but they will not block off your schedule:

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    On the Outlook Web App:

    Go to your Calendar. Towards the top, click the “Add Calendar” drop down.

    How to remove holidays from your calendar in outlook 2013

    You’ll get a sidebar with the list of countries and religious holidays to choose from. Choose the holiday calendar(s) you want to add and hit save.

    These will carry over between the desktop apps and the web app, so you should only need to add it once.

    Be careful not to add a calendar more than once. It will show up multiple times if you do that. It’s not quite as easy to remove them as it is to add them. You’ll need manually delete them. They’re all categorized as Holiday, so if you go to the list view and sort by category, that makes it a little easier to delete them in bulk if you need to go that route.

    You cannot currently add holiday calendars directly from the Outlook mobile app. But they will carry over to mobile if you add the holiday calendars from the Outlook desktop or web app.