Calendar Won't Erase Days...Please Help!!!

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    Just got my Droid and was seeing how everything works. Selected the calendar app., selected a day and said I was working. Everything worked. The problem is when I tried to erase it. After I erased it, it still shows I'm doing something that day. I've tried clearing the data through the filter and I also tried data synchronization settings. Everything is how I believe it is supposed to be, but my calendar still won't erase the day. PLEASE HELP!!!!
     
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    Simply long press on the event and a pop up to delete it will appear.
     
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    Hook, I've done that and the calendar still shows I'm doing something. If I look at the agenda for that day it says I'm not doing anything, but like I said the calendar still shows that I am. I appreciate the help, but any other ideas?
     
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    Ok....Try this: You bring up the event, menu button. On the bottom is 3 choices: Add reminder, Edit event and DELETE event. Press delete event, a pop up asks you to confirm, you delete and it's gone.

    I tried doing it the way I originally told you and it worked the second time, but when I tried it a third time I couldn't get it to work. This way should definitely work.

    Now if that fails, and it really shouldn't unless you're doing something wrong as a last resort go to your Google Calendar on line and delete it there.