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    How to import Google calendar file to W10 calendar

    Thanxx in Advance...
    I am using a desktop PC, and can not swipe from the sides of the screen. Anybody know how to import a i-calendar file into W10TP..?? Seems all the instructions I could fine referred to a swipe from the left of the screen..??

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    I think that on non touch PCs, just swiping with the mouse is the equivalent - that is, move mouse cursor to left of the screen and then move it quickly right.

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    Mouse movement did nothing...
    Still can not import calendar file into MS Calendar...

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    Unfortunately there is no easy way to synch a Google calendar right now. See How to see your Google events in the Calendar app. Note: this says windows 8/8.1 but applies to Win10 TP also.

    Joe

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    Thanxx..
    I kept trying to open the calendar attached to start menu.
    Problem solved...

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    As long as the Win10 calendar app is for the same Microsoft account as Outlook.com the imported data from the .ics file will show up in the Win10 app.

    Joe

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