Outlook - Export Local Calendar

This document provides an overview of how to export your calendar from various versions of Outlook. Click on the drop-down menu that corresponds with your version of Outlook.

Outlook 2016/2019

1. In Outlook, select File in the upper-left corner of the application
File Button
2. In the Open & Export tab, select Import/Export
Import/Export Buton
3. Select Export to a File
Export to a File Button
4. Select the Output Data File (.pst) option
Output Data File Option
5. Select the calendar you wish to export, click the drop down arrow next to Calendar if the calendar you wish to export is      not listed
Calendar Options
6. Select the Browse option to choose the file path where the calendar will be saved
File Path
7. Select Finish

Outlook 2013

  1. Open Outlook 2013.
  2. Select the File tab.
  3. Select Open and Export, then choose Import/Export. This will launch the Import and Export wizard.
  4. Select Export to a file.
  5. Select Outlook Data file (.pst).
  6. Select Browse, then choose a location where you'd like to save your file. Select Replace duplicates with items exported, then click Finish.
  7. (Optional) To password protect your exported calendar, enter and verify a strong password. To skip this step simply leave the fields blank and click OK.
  8. For assistance with importing from your email client, please click here.

Outlook 2011

  1. Open Outlook 2011.
  2. Click File, then select Export.
  3. Select Outlook for Mac Data File (.olm), then Items of the following types: , and uncheck everything except Calendar. Click the right arrow to proceed.
  4. Select No, do not delete items, then click the right arrow to proceed.
  5. Name the file, select a location to save it, then select
  6. Click

A copy of your calendar is now saved in an .olm file format.

Outlook 2010

  1. Open Outlook 2010.
  2. Select File.
  3. Select Options.
  4. Select Advanced.
  5. Select the Export button.
  6. Select Export to a file.
  7. Select the Outlook Data file (.pst) option.
  8. Expand the Outlook Data folder, then select the Calendar for export.
  9. Select the Browse button to navigate to the location you'd like to store the file in. For this example we have chosen the Desktop.
  10. Select Desktop, then name the file.
  11. When the location has been assigned, select Finish to complete the export.
  12. Lastly, navigate to the Desktop and find the exported file you created.

Keywordsoutlook 2016, export, local, calendar, office, outlook, outlook 2010, outlook 2011, outlook 2013   Doc ID51468
OwnerDan S.GroupSouthern Illinois University Edwardsville
Created2015-05-18 11:07:35Updated2024-04-17 10:23:29
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