Larger Month View Calendar

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In Outlook Calendar I need to get more than three appointments on one date

before Outlook automatically displays the "more" down arrow. The font

selected is already the smallest.

What is the solution? Is there a way of printing a larger calendar say with

bigger daily squares?

Is there a way of exporting the appointment data to a larger calendar?
 

Brian Tillman

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"InfoProvide3" <InfoProvide3> wrote in message

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> In Outlook Calendar I need to get more than three appointments on one date
> before Outlook automatically displays the "more" down arrow. The font
> selected is already the smallest.

> What is the solution? Is there a way of printing a larger calendar say with
> bigger daily squares?

> Is there a way of exporting the appointment data to a larger calendar?


How many items show in one day of the Month view is a function of the size of

the day boxes. Increase the size of the day boxes by incrceasing the size of

the Outlook window, but increasing the screen resolution, by hiding or

reducing the size of the Navigation Pane and To-Do bar or Taskpad. Display

fewer day boxes by selecting only a couple of weeks instead of the entire

month, such as described here:

http://www.slipstick.com/Tutorials/2wk_cal/2wk_cal.htm

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Diane Poremsky

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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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Office 365 Exchange
you'd need to use a printing tool to print larger squares- see

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/ - start with one of the

word templates.



"InfoProvide3" <InfoProvide3> wrote in message

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> In Outlook Calendar I need to get more than three appointments on one date
> before Outlook automatically displays the "more" down arrow. The font
> selected is already the smallest.

> What is the solution? Is there a way of printing a larger calendar say
> with
> bigger daily squares?

> Is there a way of exporting the appointment data to a larger calendar?
 
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