Printing off responses to Meeting Requests

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THlubiBCcm93bg

Good Day

I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a

meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that

you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the

responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody know

of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?
 
N

Nikki Peterson

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal

"My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating

Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar

that you have access to, including calendars from other users'

mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by

type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time

and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the

Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in

the status bar."

Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"

radio button.

OR... (I really like using this one):

If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook

http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37

However, it is kinda advanced.

I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:

1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)

(The white box in the middle)

2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM

3) On the menu select "Insert"

4) Select "Module"

5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you

copied

6) Select "File"

7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"

8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons are)

9) Select "Customize..."

10) Click on the "Commands" tab

11) Select "Macros" from the Categories

12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar

and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray

blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark icon)

13) Close the Customize window.

Now try to use this "Macro"

1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it

2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put

on your toolbar.

3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment

with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.

If you run into any problems, write back.

Nikki

"Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message

news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...

Good Day

I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a

meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that

you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the

responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody know

of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?
 
T

THlubiBCcm93bg

The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it

didn't show the responses.

I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:

"Compile Error:

User-defined type not defined"

When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:

"Dim objWord as Word.Application"

I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on other

computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions why

the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be

great.
 
N

Nikki Peterson

Here is what I have:

Dim objApp As Outlook.Application

Dim objItem As Object

Dim objSelection As Selection

Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients

Dim objAttendeeReq As String

Dim objAttendeeOpt As String

Dim objOrganizer As String

Dim dtStart As Date

Dim dtEnd As Date

Dim dtCreate As Date

Dim strSubject As String

Dim strLocation As String

Dim strNotes As String

Dim strMeetStatus As String

Dim strUnderline As String ' Horizontal divider line

'added by Hugh

Dim x

Dim myMailItem

Dim strNoteBody

Dim iAccepted As Integer

Dim iDeclined As Integer

Dim iTentative As Integer

'to add office location

Dim strInvitee

'to gather office info from AD

Dim strLDAP

Dim strADOffice

Dim strADAddress

Dim strADCity

Dim strADState

Dim strADCountry

Dim strADPhone

'to check the invitee is a user

Dim myRecipient

'define hjs variables

iAccepted = 0

iDeclined = 0

iTentative = 0

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem

Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

strUnderline = String(60, "_") ' use 60 underline characters

On Error GoTo EndClean:

' check for user problems with none or too many items open

Select Case objSelection.Count

Case 0

MsgBox "No appointment was opened. Please open the appointment to

print."

GoTo EndClean:

Case Is > 1

MsgBox "Too many items were selected. Just select one!!!"

GoTo EndClean:

End Select

' Is it an appointment

If objItem.Class <> 26 Then

MsgBox "This feature only works on items in your Calendar. Open an

Appointment and try again.", _

vbExclamation, _

"Not an Appointment"

GoTo EndClean:

End If

' Get the data

dtCreate = objItem.CreationTime

dtStart = objItem.Start

dtEnd = objItem.End

strSubject = objItem.Subject

strLocation = objItem.Location

strNotes = objItem.Body

objOrganizer = objItem.Organizer

objAttendeeReq = ""

objAttendeeOpt = ""

' Get The Attendee List

For x = 1 To objAttendees.Count

strMeetStatus = ""

Select Case objAttendees(x).MeetingResponseStatus

Case 0

If objAttendees(x).Name = objItem.Organizer Then

strMeetStatus = "Organizer"

Else

strMeetStatus = "No Response"

End If

Case 1

strMeetStatus = "Organizer"

Case 2

strMeetStatus = "Tentative"

iTentative = iTentative + 1

Case 3

strMeetStatus = "Accepted"

iAccepted = iAccepted + 1

Case 4

strMeetStatus = "Declined"

iDeclined = iDeclined + 1

End Select

strInvitee = objAttendees(x).Address

sbRetrieveADInfo strInvitee, strADOffice, strADAddress, strADCity,

strADState, strADCountry, strADPhone

'Debug.Print strADOffice & "~" & strADAddress & "~" & strADCity & "~" &

strADState & "~" & strADCountry & "~" & strADPhone

If strADAddress <> "" Then

strADAddress = "(" & strADAddress & ")"

Else

strADAddress = " "

End If

If strADPhone = "" Then

strADPhone = " "

End If

If objAttendees(x).Type = olRequired Then

objAttendeeReq = objAttendeeReq & objAttendees(x).AddressEntry & vbTab

& strADAddress & vbTab & strADPhone & vbTab & strMeetStatus & vbCr

Else

objAttendeeOpt = objAttendeeOpt & objAttendees(x).AddressEntry & vbTab

& strADAddress & vbTab & strADPhone & vbTab & strMeetStatus & vbCr

End If

strADOffice = ""

strADAddress = ""

strADCity = ""

strADState = ""

strADCountry = ""

strADPhone = ""

Next

''use Outlook instead

Set myMailItem = objApp.CreateItem(olMailItem)

myMailItem.Subject = "Attendee List for ~ " & strSubject & " ~ !Print Then

Discard!"

'begin building body of item

'html headers

strNoteBody = "<html><body><br>"

'html first table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD><B>" & "Subject:" &

"</B></TD><TD><B>" & strSubject & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Organizer:" & "</TD><TD>" &

objOrganizer & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Location:" & "</TD><TD>" &

strLocation & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Start:" & "</TD><TD>" &

dtStart & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "End:" & "</TD><TD>" & dtEnd &

"</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Created:" & "</TD><TD>" &

dtCreate & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close first table

'second table counting responses

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & _

"Accepted - " & iAccepted & "</TD><TD>" & _

"Declined - " & iDeclined & "</TD><TD>" & _

"Tentative - " & iTentative & "</TD><TD>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

'third table of required attendee responses details

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "Required:" & "</P>"

'convert responses to a table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table cellpadding=5 border=1>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>"

'Create headings for response table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody &

"Name</TD><TD>Location</TD><TD>Telephone</TD><TD>Response</TD><TR><TD>"

'remove trailing vbcrlf from object before creating html table

objAttendeeReq = Left(objAttendeeReq, Len(objAttendeeReq) - 1)

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

'Convert vbCr to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbCr, "</TD><TR><TD>")

'convert vbTab to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbTab, "</TD><TD>")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & objAttendeeReq

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

'4th table of Optional attendee responses details

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "Optional:" & "</P>"

If objAttendeeOpt = "" Then

'do nothing

Else

'convert responses to a table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table cellpadding=5 border=1>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>"

'Create headings for response table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody &

"Name</TD><TD>Location</TD><TD>Telephone</TD><TD>Response</TD><TR><TD>"

'remove trailing vbcrlf from object before creating html table

objAttendeeOpt = Left(objAttendeeOpt, Len(objAttendeeOpt) - 1)

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

'Convert vbCr to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbCr, "</TD><TR><TD>")

'convert vbTab to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbTab, "</TD><TD>")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & objAttendeeOpt

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

End If

'insert horizontal line before notes

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<HR>"

'insert notes

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

strNotes = Replace(strNotes, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

strNotes = Replace(strNotes, vbTab, " ")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "NOTES:" & "</P>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & strNotes

'close html

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</BODY>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</HTML>"

'transfer text to body of item

myMailItem.HTMLBody = strNoteBody

'reveal note to user

myMailItem.Display

'Now send it to the Printer

'myMailItem.PrintOut

'' end outlook

EndClean:

Set objApp = Nothing

Set objItem = Nothing

Set objSelection = Nothing

Set objAttendees = Nothing

End Sub

"Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message

news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...

The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it

didn't show the responses.

I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:

"Compile Error:

User-defined type not defined"

When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:

"Dim objWord as Word.Application"

I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on other

computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions why

the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be

great.

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> the status bar."

> Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> radio button.

> OR... (I really like using this one):

> If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37

> However, it is kinda advanced.

> I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:

> 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> (The white box in the middle)
> 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> 4) Select "Module"
> 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> copied
> 6) Select "File"
> 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons are)
> 9) Select "Customize..."
> 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> icon)
> 13) Close the Customize window.

> Now try to use this "Macro"

> 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> on your toolbar.
> 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.

> If you run into any problems, write back.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> Good Day
> I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that
> you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the
> responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> know
> of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?

>
 
N

Nikki Peterson

You know, it's been a while since I diddled with this and

I remember getting that same error. It seems as if I just removed the

"As String" part after each DIM OBJ... and that did the trick.

Nikki

"Nikki Peterson" <SkippyLetterman@hotmail.com> wrote in message

news:eu4QGoGxJHA.5100@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...

Here is what I have:

Dim objApp As Outlook.Application

Dim objItem As Object

Dim objSelection As Selection

Dim objAttendees As Outlook.Recipients

Dim objAttendeeReq As String

Dim objAttendeeOpt As String

Dim objOrganizer As String

Dim dtStart As Date

Dim dtEnd As Date

Dim dtCreate As Date

Dim strSubject As String

Dim strLocation As String

Dim strNotes As String

Dim strMeetStatus As String

Dim strUnderline As String ' Horizontal divider line

'added by Hugh

Dim x

Dim myMailItem

Dim strNoteBody

Dim iAccepted As Integer

Dim iDeclined As Integer

Dim iTentative As Integer

'to add office location

Dim strInvitee

'to gather office info from AD

Dim strLDAP

Dim strADOffice

Dim strADAddress

Dim strADCity

Dim strADState

Dim strADCountry

Dim strADPhone

'to check the invitee is a user

Dim myRecipient

'define hjs variables

iAccepted = 0

iDeclined = 0

iTentative = 0

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

Set objItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem

Set objSelection = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection

Set objAttendees = objItem.Recipients

strUnderline = String(60, "_") ' use 60 underline characters

On Error GoTo EndClean:

' check for user problems with none or too many items open

Select Case objSelection.Count

Case 0

MsgBox "No appointment was opened. Please open the appointment to

print."

GoTo EndClean:

Case Is > 1

MsgBox "Too many items were selected. Just select one!!!"

GoTo EndClean:

End Select

' Is it an appointment

If objItem.Class <> 26 Then

MsgBox "This feature only works on items in your Calendar. Open an

Appointment and try again.", _

vbExclamation, _

"Not an Appointment"

GoTo EndClean:

End If

' Get the data

dtCreate = objItem.CreationTime

dtStart = objItem.Start

dtEnd = objItem.End

strSubject = objItem.Subject

strLocation = objItem.Location

strNotes = objItem.Body

objOrganizer = objItem.Organizer

objAttendeeReq = ""

objAttendeeOpt = ""

' Get The Attendee List

For x = 1 To objAttendees.Count

strMeetStatus = ""

Select Case objAttendees(x).MeetingResponseStatus

Case 0

If objAttendees(x).Name = objItem.Organizer Then

strMeetStatus = "Organizer"

Else

strMeetStatus = "No Response"

End If

Case 1

strMeetStatus = "Organizer"

Case 2

strMeetStatus = "Tentative"

iTentative = iTentative + 1

Case 3

strMeetStatus = "Accepted"

iAccepted = iAccepted + 1

Case 4

strMeetStatus = "Declined"

iDeclined = iDeclined + 1

End Select

strInvitee = objAttendees(x).Address

sbRetrieveADInfo strInvitee, strADOffice, strADAddress, strADCity,

strADState, strADCountry, strADPhone

'Debug.Print strADOffice & "~" & strADAddress & "~" & strADCity & "~" &

strADState & "~" & strADCountry & "~" & strADPhone

If strADAddress <> "" Then

strADAddress = "(" & strADAddress & ")"

Else

strADAddress = " "

End If

If strADPhone = "" Then

strADPhone = " "

End If

If objAttendees(x).Type = olRequired Then

objAttendeeReq = objAttendeeReq & objAttendees(x).AddressEntry & vbTab

& strADAddress & vbTab & strADPhone & vbTab & strMeetStatus & vbCr

Else

objAttendeeOpt = objAttendeeOpt & objAttendees(x).AddressEntry & vbTab

& strADAddress & vbTab & strADPhone & vbTab & strMeetStatus & vbCr

End If

strADOffice = ""

strADAddress = ""

strADCity = ""

strADState = ""

strADCountry = ""

strADPhone = ""

Next

''use Outlook instead

Set myMailItem = objApp.CreateItem(olMailItem)

myMailItem.Subject = "Attendee List for ~ " & strSubject & " ~ !Print Then

Discard!"

'begin building body of item

'html headers

strNoteBody = "<html><body><br>"

'html first table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD><B>" & "Subject:" &

"</B></TD><TD><B>" & strSubject & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Organizer:" & "</TD><TD>" &

objOrganizer & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Location:" & "</TD><TD>" &

strLocation & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Start:" & "</TD><TD>" &

dtStart & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "End:" & "</TD><TD>" & dtEnd &

"</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & "Created:" & "</TD><TD>" &

dtCreate & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close first table

'second table counting responses

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>" & _

"Accepted - " & iAccepted & "</TD><TD>" & _

"Declined - " & iDeclined & "</TD><TD>" & _

"Tentative - " & iTentative & "</TD><TD>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

'third table of required attendee responses details

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "Required:" & "</P>"

'convert responses to a table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table cellpadding=5 border=1>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>"

'Create headings for response table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody &

"Name</TD><TD>Location</TD><TD>Telephone</TD><TD>Response</TD><TR><TD>"

'remove trailing vbcrlf from object before creating html table

objAttendeeReq = Left(objAttendeeReq, Len(objAttendeeReq) - 1)

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

'Convert vbCr to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbCr, "</TD><TR><TD>")

'convert vbTab to html tags

objAttendeeReq = Replace(objAttendeeReq, vbTab, "</TD><TD>")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & objAttendeeReq

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

'4th table of Optional attendee responses details

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "Optional:" & "</P>"

If objAttendeeOpt = "" Then

'do nothing

Else

'convert responses to a table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<Table cellpadding=5 border=1>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<TR><TD>"

'Create headings for response table

strNoteBody = strNoteBody &

"Name</TD><TD>Location</TD><TD>Telephone</TD><TD>Response</TD><TR><TD>"

'remove trailing vbcrlf from object before creating html table

objAttendeeOpt = Left(objAttendeeOpt, Len(objAttendeeOpt) - 1)

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

'Convert vbCr to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbCr, "</TD><TR><TD>")

'convert vbTab to html tags

objAttendeeOpt = Replace(objAttendeeOpt, vbTab, "</TD><TD>")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & objAttendeeOpt

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TR>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</TABLE>"

'close table

End If

'insert horizontal line before notes

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<HR>"

'insert notes

'Convert vbCrLf to html tags

strNotes = Replace(strNotes, vbCrLf, "<BR>")

strNotes = Replace(strNotes, vbTab, " ")

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "<P>" & "NOTES:" & "</P>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & strNotes

'close html

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</BODY>"

strNoteBody = strNoteBody & "</HTML>"

'transfer text to body of item

myMailItem.HTMLBody = strNoteBody

'reveal note to user

myMailItem.Display

'Now send it to the Printer

'myMailItem.PrintOut

'' end outlook

EndClean:

Set objApp = Nothing

Set objItem = Nothing

Set objSelection = Nothing

Set objAttendees = Nothing

End Sub

"Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message

news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...

The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it

didn't show the responses.

I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:

"Compile Error:

User-defined type not defined"

When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:

"Dim objWord as Word.Application"

I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on other

computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions why

the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be

great.

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> the status bar."

> Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> radio button.

> OR... (I really like using this one):

> If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37

> However, it is kinda advanced.

> I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:

> 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> (The white box in the middle)
> 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> 4) Select "Module"
> 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> copied
> 6) Select "File"
> 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons are)
> 9) Select "Customize..."
> 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> icon)
> 13) Close the Customize window.

> Now try to use this "Macro"

> 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> on your toolbar.
> 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.

> If you run into any problems, write back.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> Good Day
> I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that
> you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the
> responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> know
> of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?

>
 
N

Nikki Peterson

That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:

WAS:

' Set up Word

Dim objWord As Word.Application

Dim objdoc As Word.Document

Dim wordRng As Word.Range

Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph

CHANGE TO:

' Set up Word

Dim objWord

Dim objdoc

Dim wordRng

Dim wordPara

Nikki

(Just ignore the other I sent...)

"Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message

news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...

The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it

didn't show the responses.

I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:

"Compile Error:

User-defined type not defined"

When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:

"Dim objWord as Word.Application"

I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on other

computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions why

the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be

great.

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> the status bar."

> Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> radio button.

> OR... (I really like using this one):

> If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37

> However, it is kinda advanced.

> I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:

> 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> (The white box in the middle)
> 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> 4) Select "Module"
> 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> copied
> 6) Select "File"
> 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons are)
> 9) Select "Customize..."
> 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> icon)
> 13) Close the Customize window.

> Now try to use this "Macro"

> 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> on your toolbar.
> 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.

> If you run into any problems, write back.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> Good Day
> I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that
> you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the
> responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> know
> of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?

>
 
T

THlubiBCcm93bg

Thanks. That last fix did the job. Now I just need to wait until Monday to

see if my network system will allow the Macro to stay, or do I need to keep

on creating it every morning (which isn't a big deal. It takes 30 seconds

for me to do it, now that you have given me the code).

Do you know/have you hear if Microsoft will be putting a patch in that will

fix this problem in their system or did they not see a need for this useful

option?

Again thanks for the help and the quick reply.

Lynn

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:

> WAS:

> ' Set up Word
> Dim objWord As Word.Application
> Dim objdoc As Word.Document
> Dim wordRng As Word.Range
> Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph

> CHANGE TO:

> ' Set up Word
> Dim objWord
> Dim objdoc
> Dim wordRng
> Dim wordPara

> Nikki
> (Just ignore the other I sent...)

> "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...
> The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it
> didn't show the responses.

> I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:
> "Compile Error:
> User-defined type not defined"
> When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:
> "Dim objWord as Word.Application"

> I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on other
> computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions why
> the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

> Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be
> great.

> "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
>
> > http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> > "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> > Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> > that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> > mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> > type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> > and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> > Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> > the status bar."
> > Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> > radio button.
> > OR... (I really like using this one):
> > If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37
> > However, it is kinda advanced.
> > I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:
> > 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> > (The white box in the middle)
> > 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> > This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> > 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> > 4) Select "Module"
> > 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> > copied
> > 6) Select "File"
> > 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> > 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons are)
> > 9) Select "Customize..."
> > 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> > 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> > 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> > and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> > blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> > icon)
> > 13) Close the Customize window.
> > Now try to use this "Macro"
> > 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> > 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> > on your toolbar.
> > 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> > with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.
> > If you run into any problems, write back.
> > Nikki
> > "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> > news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> > Good Day
> > I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> > meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so that
> > you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see the
> > responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> > know
> > of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start working?
> >


>
 
N

Nikki Peterson

I do not know if MS plans to give us this option. However, I agree

it sure would be a nice thing if they did.

Nikki

"Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message

news:69DC00B5-ECF2-4CAD-98BB-5BCFA50E7AE7@microsoft.com...

Thanks. That last fix did the job. Now I just need to wait until Monday to

see if my network system will allow the Macro to stay, or do I need to keep

on creating it every morning (which isn't a big deal. It takes 30 seconds

for me to do it, now that you have given me the code).

Do you know/have you hear if Microsoft will be putting a patch in that will

fix this problem in their system or did they not see a need for this useful

option?

Again thanks for the help and the quick reply.

Lynn

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:

> WAS:

> ' Set up Word
> Dim objWord As Word.Application
> Dim objdoc As Word.Document
> Dim wordRng As Word.Range
> Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph

> CHANGE TO:

> ' Set up Word
> Dim objWord
> Dim objdoc
> Dim wordRng
> Dim wordPara

> Nikki
> (Just ignore the other I sent...)

> "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...
> The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it
> didn't show the responses.

> I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:
> "Compile Error:
> User-defined type not defined"
> When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:
> "Dim objWord as Word.Application"

> I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on
> other
> computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions
> why
> the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.

> Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be
> great.

> "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
>
> > http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> > "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> > Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> > that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> > mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> > type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> > and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> > Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> > the status bar."
> > Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> > radio button.
> > OR... (I really like using this one):
> > If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37
> > However, it is kinda advanced.
> > I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:
> > 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> > (The white box in the middle)
> > 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> > This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> > 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> > 4) Select "Module"
> > 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> > copied
> > 6) Select "File"
> > 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> > 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons
> > are)
> > 9) Select "Customize..."
> > 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> > 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> > 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> > and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> > blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> > icon)
> > 13) Close the Customize window.
> > Now try to use this "Macro"
> > 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> > 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> > on your toolbar.
> > 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> > with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.
> > If you run into any problems, write back.
> > Nikki
> > "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> > news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> > Good Day
> > I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> > meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so
> > that
> > you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see
> > the
> > responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> > know
> > of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start
> > working?
> >


>
 
T

THlubiBCcm93bg

Nikki

Thanks again for the help. I was glad to see that the Macro was still there

this morning, but when I opened a meeting request to print it, it doesn't

work. ANy suggestions?

Lynn

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> I do not know if MS plans to give us this option. However, I agree
> it sure would be a nice thing if they did.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> news:69DC00B5-ECF2-4CAD-98BB-5BCFA50E7AE7@microsoft.com...
> Thanks. That last fix did the job. Now I just need to wait until Monday to
> see if my network system will allow the Macro to stay, or do I need to keep
> on creating it every morning (which isn't a big deal. It takes 30 seconds
> for me to do it, now that you have given me the code).
> Do you know/have you hear if Microsoft will be putting a patch in that will
> fix this problem in their system or did they not see a need for this useful
> option?
> Again thanks for the help and the quick reply.
> Lynn

> "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
>
> > That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:
> > WAS:
> > ' Set up Word
> > Dim objWord As Word.Application
> > Dim objdoc As Word.Document
> > Dim wordRng As Word.Range
> > Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph
> > CHANGE TO:
> > ' Set up Word
> > Dim objWord
> > Dim objdoc
> > Dim wordRng
> > Dim wordPara
> > Nikki
> > (Just ignore the other I sent...)
> > "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> > news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...
> > The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but it
> > didn't show the responses.
> > I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:
> > "Compile Error:
> > User-defined type not defined"
> > When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:
> > "Dim objWord as Word.Application"
> > I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on
> > other
> > computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions
> > why
> > the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.
> > Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would be
> > great.
> > "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
> >
> > > http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> > > "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> > > Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> > > that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> > > mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> > > type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> > > and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> > > Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> > > the status bar."
> > > > Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> > > radio button.
> > > > OR... (I really like using this one):
> > > > If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> > > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37
> > > > However, it is kinda advanced.
> > > > I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:
> > > > 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> > > (The white box in the middle)
> > > 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> > > This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> > > 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> > > 4) Select "Module"
> > > 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> > > copied
> > > 6) Select "File"
> > > 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> > > 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons
> > > are)
> > > 9) Select "Customize..."
> > > 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> > > 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> > > 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your toolbar
> > > and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the gray
> > > blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> > > icon)
> > > 13) Close the Customize window.
> > > > Now try to use this "Macro"
> > > > 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> > > 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> > > on your toolbar.
> > > 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> > > with all of the attendees and how they responded to the invitation.
> > > > If you run into any problems, write back.
> > > > Nikki
> > > > "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> > > news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> > > Good Day
> > > I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> > > meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so
> > > that
> > > you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see
> > > the
> > > responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does anybody
> > > know
> > > of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start
> > > working?
> > > >

> >


>
 
N

Nikki Peterson

You need to make sure that both Outlook and MS Word have the

MACRO Security Relaxed enough to use it.

Check your Security settings on both programs.

Nikki

"Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message

news:B16FE13E-9231-4EDF-AB28-D095CA62CE8B@microsoft.com...

Nikki

Thanks again for the help. I was glad to see that the Macro was still there

this morning, but when I opened a meeting request to print it, it doesn't

work. ANy suggestions?

Lynn

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> I do not know if MS plans to give us this option. However, I agree
> it sure would be a nice thing if they did.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> news:69DC00B5-ECF2-4CAD-98BB-5BCFA50E7AE7@microsoft.com...
> Thanks. That last fix did the job. Now I just need to wait until Monday
> to
> see if my network system will allow the Macro to stay, or do I need to
> keep
> on creating it every morning (which isn't a big deal. It takes 30 seconds
> for me to do it, now that you have given me the code).
> Do you know/have you hear if Microsoft will be putting a patch in that
> will
> fix this problem in their system or did they not see a need for this
> useful
> option?
> Again thanks for the help and the quick reply.
> Lynn

> "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
>
> > That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:
> > WAS:
> > ' Set up Word
> > Dim objWord As Word.Application
> > Dim objdoc As Word.Document
> > Dim wordRng As Word.Range
> > Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph
> > CHANGE TO:
> > ' Set up Word
> > Dim objWord
> > Dim objdoc
> > Dim wordRng
> > Dim wordPara
> > Nikki
> > (Just ignore the other I sent...)
> > "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> > news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...
> > The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but
> > it
> > didn't show the responses.
> > I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:
> > "Compile Error:
> > User-defined type not defined"
> > When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:
> > "Dim objWord as Word.Application"
> > I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on
> > other
> > computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions
> > why
> > the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.
> > Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would
> > be
> > great.
> > "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
> >
> > > http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> > > "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> > > Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> > > that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> > > mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> > > type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> > > and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> > > Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> > > the status bar."
> > > > Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> > > radio button.
> > > > OR... (I really like using this one):
> > > > If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> > > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37
> > > > However, it is kinda advanced.
> > > > I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:
> > > > 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> > > (The white box in the middle)
> > > 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> > > This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> > > 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> > > 4) Select "Module"
> > > 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> > > copied
> > > 6) Select "File"
> > > 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> > > 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons
> > > are)
> > > 9) Select "Customize..."
> > > 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> > > 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> > > 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your
> > > toolbar
> > > and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the
> > > gray
> > > blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> > > icon)
> > > 13) Close the Customize window.
> > > > Now try to use this "Macro"
> > > > 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> > > 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> > > on your toolbar.
> > > 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> > > with all of the attendees and how they responded to the
> > > invitation.
> > > > If you run into any problems, write back.
> > > > Nikki
> > > > "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> > > news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> > > Good Day
> > > I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> > > meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so
> > > that
> > > you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see
> > > the
> > > responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does
> > > anybody
> > > know
> > > of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start
> > > working?
> > > >

> >


>
 
T

THlubiBCcm93bg

Thanks for all your help NIkki. I am working with our help desk now to

ensure that I can keep this working.

"Nikki Peterson" wrote:


> You need to make sure that both Outlook and MS Word have the
> MACRO Security Relaxed enough to use it.

> Check your Security settings on both programs.

> Nikki

> "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> news:B16FE13E-9231-4EDF-AB28-D095CA62CE8B@microsoft.com...
> Nikki
> Thanks again for the help. I was glad to see that the Macro was still there
> this morning, but when I opened a meeting request to print it, it doesn't
> work. ANy suggestions?
> Lynn

> "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
>
> > I do not know if MS plans to give us this option. However, I agree
> > it sure would be a nice thing if they did.
> > Nikki
> > "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> > news:69DC00B5-ECF2-4CAD-98BB-5BCFA50E7AE7@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks. That last fix did the job. Now I just need to wait until Monday
> > to
> > see if my network system will allow the Macro to stay, or do I need to
> > keep
> > on creating it every morning (which isn't a big deal. It takes 30 seconds
> > for me to do it, now that you have given me the code).
> > Do you know/have you hear if Microsoft will be putting a patch in that
> > will
> > fix this problem in their system or did they not see a need for this
> > useful
> > option?
> > Again thanks for the help and the quick reply.
> > Lynn
> > "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
> >
> > > That's it, you need to edit the text as follows:
> > > > WAS:
> > > > ' Set up Word
> > > Dim objWord As Word.Application
> > > Dim objdoc As Word.Document
> > > Dim wordRng As Word.Range
> > > Dim wordPara As Word.Paragraph
> > > > CHANGE TO:
> > > > ' Set up Word
> > > Dim objWord
> > > Dim objdoc
> > > Dim wordRng
> > > Dim wordPara
> > > > Nikki
> > > (Just ignore the other I sent...)
> > > > "Lynn Brown" <LynnBrown> wrote in message
> > > news:DA613AA5-F034-4304-966E-C9A99C0AC865@microsoft.com...
> > > The first part prints off a calendar and it shows who was invited, but
> > > it
> > > didn't show the responses.
> > > > I created the Macro, and followed your steps. I get an error:
> > > "Compile Error:
> > > User-defined type not defined"
> > > When I press the Okay button, it takes me to the following line of code:
> > > "Dim objWord as Word.Application"
> > > > I prefer this Macro choice, as when I get it working, I will put it on
> > > other
> > > computers (for my bosses who actually want this info). Any suggestions
> > > why
> > > the code wouldn't work. I followed your instructions.
> > > > Thanks for your help so far, but if I could get this to work, it would
> > > be
> > > great.
> > > > "Nikki Peterson" wrote:
> > > > > http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal
> > > > "My Outlook Calendar: Customizable Word template for generating
> > > > Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar
> > > > that you have access to, including calendars from other users'
> > > > mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by
> > > > type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time
> > > > and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than the
> > > > Microsoft template, but it does much more and follows progress in
> > > > the status bar."
> > > > > > Choose Weekly and select the "Show Meeting Attendees"
> > > > radio button.
> > > > > > OR... (I really like using this one):
> > > > > > If you are up to adding a "macro" to your Outlook
> > > > http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=37
> > > > > > However, it is kinda advanced.
> > > > > > I'll try to write the steps if you're up to giving it a go:
> > > > > > 1) Copy all of the code in the BODY of the page (in the link above)
> > > > (The white box in the middle)
> > > > 2) In Outlook, press your <ALT>+<F11
> > > > This opens the Microsoft Visual Basic - VbaProject.OTM
> > > > 3) On the menu select "Insert"
> > > > 4) Select "Module"
> > > > 5) In the blank window on the right, PASTE the code you
> > > > copied
> > > > 6) Select "File"
> > > > 7) Select "Close and Return to Microsoft Outlook"
> > > > 8) Right click on your Tool menu (in the gray part where the buttons
> > > > are)
> > > > 9) Select "Customize..."
> > > > 10) Click on the "Commands" tab
> > > > 11) Select "Macros" from the Categories
> > > > 12) Click on "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" and drag it to your
> > > > toolbar
> > > > and Drop it (You have to drop it ON the toolbar not in the
> > > > gray
> > > > blank area but next to something like the yellow question mark
> > > > icon)
> > > > 13) Close the Customize window.
> > > > > > Now try to use this "Macro"
> > > > > > 1) Open an appointment that has attendees in it
> > > > 2) Click on the "Project1.PrintAapptAttendee" button that you put
> > > > on your toolbar.
> > > > 3) Wait a moment for Word to open and show you your appointment
> > > > with all of the attendees and how they responded to the
> > > > invitation.
> > > > > > If you run into any problems, write back.
> > > > > > Nikki
> > > > > > "Lynn Brown" <Lynn Brown> wrote in message
> > > > news:F2BAF950-C84A-4869-8DAB-B4D6C8DF0800@microsoft.com...
> > > > Good Day
> > > > I know that in older versions of Outlook, when you would print off a
> > > > meeting, it would also print off all the responses to the meeting, so
> > > > that
> > > > you knew who was planning on attending, and who couldn't. You can see
> > > > the
> > > > responses, but this no longer prints off in Outlook 2003. Does
> > > > anybody
> > > > know
> > > > of a switch or code that can be turned on so that this will start
> > > > working?
> > > > > > > >

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