How can I enter a recurring event?

For the purposes of schedule on OS X, how can I enter a recurring event?

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What works for me, under the Mavericks, is to click with the right button on the day I want.  The pop-up, I put in the name of the event (and sometimes the location).  In the block that speaks of time and alarm, click 'Repeat' and then chose how I want it repeated.

Good luck

SRB

Tags: Mac OS & System Software

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