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Print calendar 1 week/2 pages?

Does anyone know how to print an Outlook calendar 1 week/2 pages to include
Sat thru Friday? When I make my selection it will only display and print
Saturday thru Thursday (even when I choose to printe October thru Dec).


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We just started using our outlook calendars and we have our work week
defined as Sunday - Saturday because we often have activities planned
on weekends. I just tried to print a "weekly Style" calendar and made
the print range "Sunday 10/19/2008 - Sat 10/25/2008" What comes out
is 2 pages, one page labeled October 13-19 and the 2nd page labeled
October 20-26. In calendar options, all days are selected and Sunday
is the "first day of the week"

Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong? Don't want the previous
week to print, just the week I define and that's not what I'm getting.

Roveer

Is there some way to reduce a message (maybe by 5% or so) or reduce the size
of the font or something with the objective of having a message print on one
page rather than printing on two pages with the second page containing only
one or two lines?
My printer driver will allow reducing the printout size but this method
still uses 2 pages with each page reduced in size to 75%.
It's as if there's a "page break" built into the message itself. This is
true of all messages.
Thanks,

I'd like to print my calendar one week per page, with weekdays across
the top and hours down the left side, but only the business days
Monday to Friday. I know I can do this on the screen with "Work
Week", but printouts seem to be limited to the full 7-day week (thus
rendering 35-40% of the page unusable). Can I get the 5-day work week
on a printout in the format described above?

I want to print my Outlook 2007 2 page per week calendar such that it will
print the week so that when I open the binder I see the week on both pages at
once and then when I flip to the next week it shows the next week on the next
two open pages side by side - I flip pages just like a book.

I am feeling really stupid that I can't figure this out. Ultimately I want
to put it into a Circa binder, but right now I am wasting pages which are
blank.

how to I configure the Calendar to print the Daily style (2 page) so that it
displays at 15 minute intervals and not 30 minutes.

On the screen view I can change it, but not on the printed copy

OS Vista
Outlook 2003

I am having trouble printing my calendar in weekly format; the format on
the screen is set up for Sunday - Saturday; when I go to print, it wants to
print from monday - Sunday?? Any suggestions? I believe I have tried
everything possible to fix this...

Thanks jdc

I'm printing my calendar in weekly style, and if the subject is long enough
to reach the end of the box, it just cuts off. How do I set it to wrap
instead?

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I'm printing my calendar in weekly style, and if the subject is long enough
to reach the end of the box, it just cuts off. How do I set it to wrap
instead?

Milly,

I had upgraded deom 2003 to 2007.

I've since worked it out
change the times from 7:00 am - 7:00pm to 8:00am - 5:00pm

AND IT WORKS as Expected

If you had a wish list - it would be great to have 15 minute intervals for
those of us that work 12 hr plus days

valuable feedback- you heard it!- right here!- right now!

thanks for listening

"Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]" wrote:

> Outlook version????
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> After furious head scratching, Auzzy asked:
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> | how to I configure the Calendar to print the Daily style (2 page) so
> | that it displays at 15 minute intervals and not 30 minutes.
> |
> | On the screen view I can change it, but not on the printed copy
>
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>

I am trying to print the monthly view with a calendar month printed over 2
pages. When I print a calendar month on one page, my weekend days are the
same size as the rest of the week (I have unchecked the compress weekends
option). When I try to print the same calendar month over two pages, it then
compresses the weekend days.

Is there any way that I can print one month over two pages without Outlook
compressing the weekend days? Thanks!
--
Susan

Many people have asked how to get a printed calendar with uncompresssed
weekends, and the standard response has been some variant of uncheck the
"Compress weekends" option.

I think the real question regards the printing of a 2 pages/month calendar.
Under Page SetupMonthly Style, regardless of any other settings, this
calendar will start with Monday.

How can I print a 2 page/month calendar with Sundays as the first day of the
week?

Before the questions are asked, the answers are...
My work week settings have all days selected.
My work week starts with Sunday.
My on-screen view of the monthly calendar shows Sun - Sat.

Thanks for any help

I need to print two pages of the calendar each day: "Daily Style" and "Calendar Details Style" as pages 1-2 of same document so that they can be printed via duplex printing on both sides of one piece of paper.
How would I set up Outlook to do that?
Thanks,
CMA

How do you print a calendar in Outlook 2003 at 2 pages per month with all
days the same size. I don't want Saturday and Sunday to share a day.

Has anyone figured out how to print a 2 page monthly calendar with 7
equal days? Thanks--LaRue

Hi,

Using Vista Business, Outlook 2007.

I have an item in calendar that spans 3 weeks, when viewing it is all ok,
but when i try and print (including print preview), it doesn't display it as
it is on the screen.

When choosing exactly 1 month per page, the appointment starts on a Sunday
29th April, and when printed, it prints the appointment name and continues
the name outside of the right margin of the calendar. And then it doesn't
display the appointment continuing on the following week. It displays the bar
spanning the week, but there is no description in it. As it goes onto the
next month, it'll make no sense without the appointment name in it.

When NOT printing 1 month per page, the appointment name is truncated rather
than going outisde the right margin, but there is still no name in the
following week.

If i can post screenshots i will.

Is there any way to fix this?

Andrew

I am using Outlook 2003. I am printing my calendar on 81/2 x 11 paper. My
settings are Franklin Planner Monarch (that is what I am using it for), it is
set to print the calendar on 2 pages, portrait. In Outlook Options,
Calendar, I have Monday set as the first day of the week, though I prefer
Sunday. In any event, when I print the calendar it prints Saturday and
Sunday in one square, which is normal, however; it puts it in the middle of
the week. My calendar starts printing on Tuesday, next day is Wednesday,
next day is Saturday and Sunday, then Monday, etc. There are no other
settings that I know of to change. Can anyone help?
--
Sandy G

I've reset the view on my calendar so Sunday is the first day of the
week but when I print out a week it shows Monday as the first day. How
do I change it so that Sunday through Saturday print on one page in
that order?

Hello --

The Notes component of the Daily format still prints, even after I uncheck
the Notes area box.
The setting for Layout: 2 pages/day does not work.

I tried setting up a printer to print 2 pages / landscape page and that did
not work either.

Can anyone suggest what I can do to have 2 consecutive days print
side-by-side on an 8.5" x 11" landscape page?

Thanks for any help.

Larry Mehl

I am using Wndows 2007 and am trying to print a 1 month calendar in Outlook
with weekdays only that includes specific dates, but I'm getting more dates
than I want. ie I specified date of 1/4/10 through 1/29/10. Printed calendar
includes the weeks of 12/28/09 and 1/31/10.

Also, some days (not events) are shaded, but I can't f determine why.

Hello --

The Notes component of the Daily format still prints, even after I uncheck
the Notes area box.
The setting for Layout: 2 pages/day does not work.

I tried setting up a printer to print 2 pages / landscape page and that did
not work either.

Can anyone suggest what I can do to have 2 consecutive days print
side-by-side on an 8.5" x 11" landscape page?

Thanks for any help.

Larry Mehl

I want to print a large monthly calendar using two pages per day. But I
can't get the week to start with Sunday and end with Saturday. I have
decompressed weekends, selected Sunday for first day of the week, and checked
all the boxes for display, Sunday-Saturday. This works for printing 1 page
per month, but for an expanded printed calendar, printing each month on 2
pages, it does not. Any suggestions?
--
lizzy

Hi,
I like the 2 week view that shows up with this technique, but when I unlock
my computer from screen saver the calendar resets to the full month. Is
there a way to keep the 2 week display after the screen saver? I have Vista
Enterprise with Office 2007.
thanks...

"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:

> try selecting two full weeks on the month navigator calendar with the mouse.
>
> How are you entering Alt+14? It's only supposed to work with 1- 0 (for 1-10
> days).
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> "rprieth" wrote in message
> news:86F63325-DE5D-4B5A-9A9F-145374B47CB6@microsoft.com...
> > In addition to seeing "Today", "Work Week", "Week", and "Month"; I'd also
> > like to see "2 weeks".
> >
> > I've tired the "Alt+14", but the display looks poor (columns of dates
> > instead of 1 week on top of another).
> >
> >
>
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>

I am using Wndows 2007 and am trying to print a 1 month calendar in Outlook
with weekdays only that includes specific dates, but I'm getting more dates
than I want. ie I specified date of 1/4/10 through 1/29/10. Printed calendar
includes the weeks of 12/28/09 and 1/31/10.

Also, some days (not events) are shaded, but I can't f determine why.


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