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I am trying to figure out if there is a way to import ONLY the Event "busy" time and Subject. I do not want details of the event viewable.

I have looked and even signed up (in order to import) to see if this was possible. It doesn't look like it is.

Can you confirm this please?

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I assume with no response that means it can't be done?
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You can export the calendar to CSV, but you would have to manually edit the file (or write a macro) to remove the data you aren't interested in.

It would be easier to erase particular columns if you brought the CSV into Excel and then saved it back to CSV after your edits.
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