Headers on Calendars

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pjjolly

#1
I print several calendars every month, each with a different name. Having to
manually change every header gets really old really quick. Is there a way to
have the header print with the name of the calendar automatically, similar to
the "&[tab]" command in Excel that allows the information printed to change
depending on the name of the tab? I tried the logical "&[calendar]", but
Outlook just looked at me like I was stupid.

I'm using Outlook 2007.

Thanks,
paul
 
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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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#2
No. If it's a recurring thing and always one month, I'd make a recurring
monthly event on the first (or last) that has the calendar name, then
handwrite it in header or footer area after printing.




"pjjolly" <pjjolly> wrote in message
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> I print several calendars every month, each with a different name. Having
> to
> manually change every header gets really old really quick. Is there a way
> to
> have the header print with the name of the calendar automatically, similar
> to
> the "&[tab]" command in Excel that allows the information printed to
> change
> depending on the name of the tab? I tried the logical "&[calendar]", but
> Outlook just looked at me like I was stupid.
>
> I'm using Outlook 2007.
>
> Thanks,
> paul


 

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