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How can I find a calendar entry on iPod Touch?

Mobile devices like smartphones and iPod Touch has so many uses in day to day, they are quickly becoming the only thing needed in a pocket or purse, replacing address books, calendars and schedules. The iPod Touch allows many events in the calendar application, and you can easily include additional information for your upcoming events. Since much information about so many things can be stored on your iPod Touch, it would be much easier to find an event past or future than navigating to the Calendar application. Find the information you need to use the Spotlight search iPod.


1. Press the "Home" button on the iPod Touch to the Home screen.


2. Press the "Home" in the Spotlight search box.


3. Tap the search bar at the top of the screen and start typing a keyword of your event calendar. This is the title, location, or a word contained in the notes from the events screen.


4. Tap the event in the search results when it is displayed and you will be taken to the "Event Details" screen in the calendar application.

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