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Deleting events in IOS iCal

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I use an iPad 2 with the latest IOS. I try deleting an event from the calendar, but there seems to be no way to do that. Can it be done? Surely it must be possible. Thanks.
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Open the event, edit, scroll to bottom, delete
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Got it! The trick for me was to scroll to the bottom.. Thanks.
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