Outlook 2010 or Calendar Printing Assistant

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It would be awesome if there was a way we could get wrapped text on the month

view of the calendar. Please!!! I know there is the Calendar Printing

Assistant but as the product currently stands it's very limited. The big

numbers behind the days get in the way of being able to read the appointments

on the days involved. Furthermore if you need to print a group calendar (and

we often do) you can't seem to have more the 3 all day appointments in a

cell. Sometimes we have 5 or 6 people that are gone on all day appointments

and I can't have those appointments falling off onto another calendar. There

has to be some way that the engine that drives it can scale all the

appointments on there correctly. That and we just need to have more options

and more flexibility all the way around. If the Calendar Printing Assistant

is going to be the official answer to all the calendar printing problems then

that's ok, but it needs some serious love. It is a good start though. I

would just love to not have to use Calendar Creator to get a calendar printed

the way I need to have it especially when that data is already in Outlook.

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"araujo_alexander" wrote:


> It would be awesome if there was a way we could get wrapped text on the month
> view of the calendar. Please!!! I know there is the Calendar Printing
> Assistant but as the product currently stands it's very limited. The big
> numbers behind the days get in the way of being able to read the appointments
> on the days involved. Furthermore if you need to print a group calendar (and
> we often do) you can't seem to have more the 3 all day appointments in a
> cell. Sometimes we have 5 or 6 people that are gone on all day appointments
> and I can't have those appointments falling off onto another calendar. There
> has to be some way that the engine that drives it can scale all the
> appointments on there correctly. That and we just need to have more options
> and more flexibility all the way around. If the Calendar Printing Assistant
> is going to be the official answer to all the calendar printing problems then
> that's ok, but it needs some serious love. It is a good start though. I
> would just love to not have to use Calendar Creator to get a calendar printed
> the way I need to have it especially when that data is already in Outlook.

> --------------> This post is a suggestion for Microsoft, and Microsoft responds to the
> suggestions with the most votes. To vote for this suggestion, click the "I
> Agree" button in the message pane. If you do not see the button, follow this
> link to open the suggestion in the Microsoft Web-based Newsreader and then
> click "I Agree" in the message pane.

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Diane Poremsky

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you can customize the view in the calendar printing assistant

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/modify-calendar-printing-assistant-templates/

how many items show per day depend on the calendar template and the paper

orientation.

"araujo_alexander" <araujoalexander> wrote in

message news:30612F18-FDA5-4379-8E4D-19756759407E@microsoft.com...
> It would be awesome if there was a way we could get wrapped text on the
> month
> view of the calendar. Please!!! I know there is the Calendar Printing
> Assistant but as the product currently stands it's very limited. The big
> numbers behind the days get in the way of being able to read the
> appointments
> on the days involved. Furthermore if you need to print a group calendar
> (and
> we often do) you can't seem to have more the 3 all day appointments in a
> cell. Sometimes we have 5 or 6 people that are gone on all day
> appointments
> and I can't have those appointments falling off onto another calendar.
> There
> has to be some way that the engine that drives it can scale all the
> appointments on there correctly. That and we just need to have more
> options
> and more flexibility all the way around. If the Calendar Printing
> Assistant
> is going to be the official answer to all the calendar printing problems
> then
> that's ok, but it needs some serious love. It is a good start though. I
> would just love to not have to use Calendar Creator to get a calendar
> printed
> the way I need to have it especially when that data is already in Outlook.

> --------------> This post is a suggestion for Microsoft, and Microsoft responds to the
> suggestions with the most votes. To vote for this suggestion, click the "I
> Agree" button in the message pane. If you do not see the button, follow
> this
> link to open the suggestion in the Microsoft Web-based Newsreader and then
> click "I Agree" in the message pane.

> ?mid=30612f18-fda5-4379-8e4d-19756759407e&dg=microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
 
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