HT1296 Updates to my calendar on my iPad do not update my calendar in Outlook 2003.

When I sync the updates I have made to the calendar on my iPad do not get put into my calendar on my PC.

Hi JalbertC,
Do you have the Calendar option checked under iCloud on your Mac? Also under the iCloud option on your phone?
Cheers,
GB

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