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The OS X Default calendar app preference is set in Calendar.app's preferences. If you select Fantastical there it should yield the behavior you are looking for.


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I belive, you just have to turn on "Calendar" in System Settings > iCloud on all devices you want them to stay in sync.


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Try Settings; Mail, Contacts, Calendars; Default Calendar. Make certain that your Exchange server calendar is the default calendar.


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PDF You can easily create a PDF of your calendar and attach that PDF file: Open Calendar.app and go to the right date on your calendar 'File' -> 'Print' (or CommandP) Select your settings and press 'Continue' Press the button in the lower left corner that says 'PDF' Now you can 'Save as PDF' or 'Email PDF' PNG You can also make a quick and dirty ...


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You can find a link to the fiscal calendar in iTunes Connect at the bottom of the "Payments and Financial Reports" page. I'd post a link here, but it might change in the future.


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Using Outlook 2011 you can generate a synoptic calendar using print function (listed into File menu) and saving it like a PDF. Now you can share your calendar via email, if you don't want to provide a calendar subscription. Another solution is to link your calendar inside Calendar Mac OS X application, and after this share the calendar or generate a ...


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First thing to check would be that you have at least one Calendar selected in prefs… Edit your question to add further information if this does not fix your issue.


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iCal is just the old name for what is currently Apple's main "Calendar" application (referenced here). They are exactly the same thing, Apple just rebranded iCal a few years ago. That being said, there is a relatively easy (albeit lengthy) way to go about putting an Excel file into the Calendar app. Essentially you have to export the Excel document as a ...


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I had this problem, and I did this: I turned off the icloud calendar on the phone. I did a hard reboot of the phone. I turned on the icloud calendar on the phone. I set the phone and computer calendars to Push. I refreshed the iPhone calendar. (While in the Calendar app, go to Calendars and drag the screen down for a refresh.) Now it works great.


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The badge is notifying you of a Calendar notification. There are two cases which causes a badge: You've been invited to an event. An event on one of your shared calendars has been modified. To clear the badge, open Calendar and click Notifications on the toolbar, then take action on the notification by selecting Accept/Decline/Maybe on an invitation or ...


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If you look at the date-entering form, you'll see that Reminders gives you space to write a 4-digit year, so it assumes the number you enter is the complete year. You didn't send it to 2085 – you sent it to 0085! (And because I have no life, I actually scrolled through iOS Calendar to check. 2/1/85 was, in fact, a Thursday!) I don't know if a solution ...


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I am fairly "late to the game", but since no answer has been accepted yet, my input might still be useful: the "meeting highjacking" you describe in your question is fairly well known with Exchange and the iOS calendar app; in fact it can be even worse where simply accepting an invite on your phone may make you the "owner" of the meeting; this seems to ...



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