Glad I was able to find you a workable option for your calendar...and
you can't beat the price!
If you haven't already, you'll need to visit www.yahoo.com and
establish your personal account there, called "MyYahoo"....you'll see
the link for it at the top of the page.
Once your free account is set up, you can sign up for the on-line
calendar options. They offer a host of options for keeping your
calendar either totally private (only you can access it), totally
public (the world can see it), or somewhere in between (only those
with the right access code can get in).
I've been using their calendar for years. It's hard to beat having
access from any interenet-capapble computer anywhere in the world.
Since I don't know your specific needs, I can't offer more specific
guidance right now. But if you need any help at all with the
registration or configuration process, just let me know by posting a
Request for Clarification. I'm always happy to help out.