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How do you delete an event from ical?


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I can't figure out how to delete an event on ical from the keyboard. The only way I can see it is to go into edit->delete. Ideally though, I'd like to perform this action from my keyboard.

I'm using a Macbook. OS X 10.4.8. iCal 2.0.4(1058)
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If you have the event selected, you should be able to delete it by hitting the delete key. If it is a reoccurring event, it will ask you if you want to delete just that event or all of them.

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Thank You. Sorry, I forgot that the delete key is actually the backspace. I kept trying to do it by pressing Apple+Delete/Backspace.
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If you have the event selected, you should be able to delete it by hitting the delete key. If it is a reoccurring event, it will ask you if you want to delete just that event or all of them.
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