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This article explains how to import your iPhone calendar to Outlook on your PC. Please note that the outlined steps below are only valid when using Outlook 2010 or above.

How to import iPhone calendar to Outlook (manual method)

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    iPhone calendar to Outlook

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone

  4. From the main CopyTrans Contacts window click the Calendar icon on the left-hand side pane. Your iPhone calendar events will appear in the main program window iphone calendar to outlook NOTE: if you don’t see some or all of your calendars in the program window, please have a look at this article.

  5. Select the iPhone calendar you want to import to Outlook. If you have more than one iPhone calendar, you can also select all of your calendars by clicking “All calendars”. Finally, click on the “Export selected” button and select a location on your computer where to save your iPhone calendars iphone calendar outlook

  6. Your iPhone calendar will be exported in *.ics (iCalendar) form to your PC import iphone calendar to outlook

  7. Now, open Outlook on your PC and navigate to File > Open > Import calendar from iphone to outlook

  8. From the newly-opened window, select the line which reads “Import an iCalendar (.ics)…” and click “Next” iphone calendar to outlook

  9. Navigate to the location on your PC where you saved your iPhone calendar and click “OK” iphone calendar outlook 2010

  10. Finally, upon prompt, choose whether to import your iPhone calendar to Outlook as a separate calendar or import your iPhone calendar events directly to Outlook’s default calendar iphone calendar to outlook

This is how to easily import iPhone calendar to Outlook in a few quick steps with the help of CopyTrans Contacts.

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