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How to remove or delete holidays from calendar in Outlook?

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.

Remove holidays from calendar in Outlook

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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.


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    Dave MT · 8 months ago
    How can you do this in Office 365?
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    Camran · 11 months ago
    Amazingly Helpful!!! :) Thanks a lot!
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    abdul · 3 years ago
    Helpful. Thank you. !!!
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    c · 4 years ago
    That doesn't work. I get an error in Outlook 2013 saying you cannot make changes to this read only folder. Cannot remove US holidays.