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There is no one-click solution for this, and no keyboard shortcut that I know of, but there is a two-click solution.

Under "My Calendars", find your calendar (It's at the top of the list), click on the down arrow and select "Display only this calendar".

That's two clicks ;)

Sadly, there is no way to restore the calendars to the previous view (before you selected "Display only this calendar").

Edit: Well I re-read your question. I guess my answer is obvious, but it does answer half your question ;)

There is no one-click solution for this, and no keyboard shortcut that I know of, but there is a two-click solution.

Under "My Calendars", find your calendar (It's at the top of the list), click on the down arrow and select "Display only this calendar".

That's two clicks ;)

Sadly, there is no way to restore the calendars to the previous view (before you selected "Display only this calendar").

There is no one-click solution for this, and no keyboard shortcut that I know of, but there is a two-click solution.

Under "My Calendars", find your calendar (It's at the top of the list), click on the down arrow and select "Display only this calendar".

That's two clicks ;)

Sadly, there is no way to restore the calendars to the previous view (before you selected "Display only this calendar").

Edit: Well I re-read your question. I guess my answer is obvious, but it does answer half your question ;)

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There is no one-click solution for this, and no keyboard shortcut that I know of, but there is a two-click solution.

Under "My Calendars", find your calendar (It's at the top of the list), click on the down arrow and select "Display only this calendar".

That's two clicks ;)

Sadly, there is no way to restore the calendars to the previous view (before you selected "Display only this calendar").