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Hello!

I use Outlook 2007 (German) and have a problem with the printing of calendar

weeks. If I print weekly schedule, I always have this waste of space with

three blank lines under each day, lines that are reserved for tasks. Instead

of tasks for certain days I prefer to make appointments. How can I disable

those unnecessary lines? Is there an option or a registry hack for this?

My print preview is set: Week format, left to right, 1p/week, no tasks, no

memo fields, 6:00 to 0:00, every day, headlines 20pt, 8pt dates, A4 landscape

Regards

Michael
 

Diane Poremsky

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The only options available are what you see in the page setup dialog. Does

the calendar printing assistant offer the format you like? See

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/ for links to it and other

print utilities. I'm not sure if the word templates offer that print

format, but its worth a try too.

"Raysy" <Raysy> wrote in message

news:DD98101F-D60E-4EAE-8F1E-AE5F2418FA8E@microsoft.com...
> Hello!
> I use Outlook 2007 (German) and have a problem with the printing of
> calendar
> weeks. If I print weekly schedule, I always have this waste of space with
> three blank lines under each day, lines that are reserved for tasks.
> Instead
> of tasks for certain days I prefer to make appointments. How can I disable
> those unnecessary lines? Is there an option or a registry hack for this?
> My print preview is set: Week format, left to right, 1p/week, no tasks, no
> memo fields, 6:00 to 0:00, every day, headlines 20pt, 8pt dates, A4
> landscape

> Regards

> Michael
>
 
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Re: Printing calendar weeks without three lines for tasks under ea

Hello Diane,

thanks for your reply. I tried the calendar printing assistant before, but I

prefer the printout in the style Outlook has. I'll try out the template.

"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:


> The only options available are what you see in the page setup dialog. Does
> the calendar printing assistant offer the format you like? See
> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/ for links to it and other
> print utilities. I'm not sure if the word templates offer that print
> format, but its worth a try too.

> >

>

>

> "Raysy" <Raysy> wrote in message
> news:DD98101F-D60E-4EAE-8F1E-AE5F2418FA8E@microsoft.com...
> > Hello!
> > I use Outlook 2007 (German) and have a problem with the printing of
> > calendar
> > weeks. If I print weekly schedule, I always have this waste of space with
> > three blank lines under each day, lines that are reserved for tasks.
> > Instead
> > of tasks for certain days I prefer to make appointments. How can I disable
> > those unnecessary lines? Is there an option or a registry hack for this?
> > My print preview is set: Week format, left to right, 1p/week, no tasks, no
> > memo fields, 6:00 to 0:00, every day, headlines 20pt, 8pt dates, A4
> > landscape
> > Regards
> > Michael
> >
 
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