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    "Red Dot" On Calendar Won't Go Away
    Someone sent me an invitation that attached itself to my calendar. I deleted it but the red dot with a "1" is still showing on Calendar's desktop icon.

    Is there a way I can get rid of it? It's very distracting. Thank you for your expertise and assistance.
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    When you have Calendar open, look in the top menu bar, toward the left corner, there should be an icon there, that when you mouse over it, will have a drop down, to accept the invitation. That should be what the desktop icon notification is informing you of.
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    Thank you very much!
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