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I'm a Mac newbie, especially with iCal. How do I set up a Group in iCal? I would like to have one email address for about 40 different people. Do I have to set up each person separately or can I just add their email addresses to a "Group" label? Thank you very much in advance.

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I mistakenly posted saying I wanted to set up a group in "iCal." I meant Address Book.

How do I set up a group of about 40 people in Address Book? Thank you in advance for your help.

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