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I want to create another calendar for my kids homeschooling, and I hit "new calendar" and created the calendar but all my appointments come up on their calendar and I don't want to see mine, only theirs. Is there anyway to do this? I'm sure there must be... .I just can't figure it out...

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Maybe, but the only thing I know in that regard is that if you put a copy of iCal into a different User Account, it should show only those events. That is, within your Home(~)/Applications folder, you have your iCal. In another User'2'/Applications folder you have a kids calendar. This would require you to log in and out of those user accounts.

I tried New Calendar and New Calendar Group, but neither of those give you separate calendars in the sense that you desire. They just give you different colors for the Events.
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The different Calendars should be listed in the Sidebar on the left. Just untick the ones that you don't want to see.
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Ha! That's all there is to it? I was trying to create a new "stand alone" calendar. That doesn't work. I'll have to try that myself. Gotta love a Mac forum. You can learn just by reading other people's questions.
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