Calendar Printing Assistant

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Hi. I have Office 2007 and have installed Calendar Printing Assistant but

when I try to print a calendar, I get an error message that it needs to close

due to a problem, however does not say what the problem is. It says "Calendar

Printing Assistant has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry

for the inconvenience.Does anyone know how this is corrected or what I am

doing wrong. My computer is running on Windows XP.
 

Diane Poremsky

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Try running office diagnostics from outlook.

"Baileys3" <Baileys3> wrote in message

news:A3D786D0-BFAF-4892-A2BB-A92D3149255A@microsoft.com...
> Hi. I have Office 2007 and have installed Calendar Printing Assistant but
> when I try to print a calendar, I get an error message that it needs to
> close
> due to a problem, however does not say what the problem is. It says
> "Calendar
> Printing Assistant has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are
> sorry
> for the inconvenience.Does anyone know how this is corrected or what I am
> doing wrong. My computer is running on Windows XP.
 
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QmFpbGV5czM

Hi Diane

thanks for your reply. Sorry I should have said that I had already done this

and there were no problems found. Any other ideas???

Cheers

"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:


> Try running office diagnostics from outlook.

> >

>

>

> "Baileys3" <Baileys3> wrote in message
> news:A3D786D0-BFAF-4892-A2BB-A92D3149255A@microsoft.com...
> > Hi. I have Office 2007 and have installed Calendar Printing Assistant but
> > when I try to print a calendar, I get an error message that it needs to
> > close
> > due to a problem, however does not say what the problem is. It says
> > "Calendar
> > Printing Assistant has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are
> > sorry
> > for the inconvenience.Does anyone know how this is corrected or what I am
> > doing wrong. My computer is running on Windows XP.


>
 
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