RE: Need to view more appts per day

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cpeterson

This is a major issue for me as well. I think the problem is that it insists

on showing 6 weeks at a time. Full screen doesn't help much at all. Someone

PLEASE help.

"Beke" wrote:


> I recently upgraded to Office 2007. The monthly calendar will now only
> show/print a maximum of 3 appointments per day. I need it to show 5 or 6.

> I tried:
> font size
> page layout
> different views
 

Diane Poremsky

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it only shows 6 weeks in long months - in Feb it shows 4 weeks. :)

See http://www.slipstick.com/Tutorials/2wk_cal/2wk_cal.htm for a workaround.



"cpeterson" <cpeterson> wrote in message

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> This is a major issue for me as well. I think the problem is that it
> insists
> on showing 6 weeks at a time. Full screen doesn't help much at all.
> Someone
> PLEASE help.

> "Beke" wrote:
>
> > I recently upgraded to Office 2007. The monthly calendar will now only
> > show/print a maximum of 3 appointments per day. I need it to show 5 or
> > 6.
>

>> I tried:
> > font size
> > page layout
> > different views
 
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MichelleR

Hello ... Not sure if you figured this one out yet or not, but it drove me

crazy too!

In the upper left hand corner (calendar navigation pane), you can highlight

the number of weeks you want to see on the calendar. I have mine set to 4,

so all (OK, most) of my appointments show. You can highlight as many or as

few weeks as you want to see at once.

Hope that helps!

Michelle

"cpeterson" wrote:


> This is a major issue for me as well. I think the problem is that it insists
> on showing 6 weeks at a time. Full screen doesn't help much at all. Someone
> PLEASE help.

> "Beke" wrote:
>
> > I recently upgraded to Office 2007. The monthly calendar will now only
> > show/print a maximum of 3 appointments per day. I need it to show 5 or 6.
> > I tried:
> > font size
> > page layout
> > different views
 
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kgduke

I too am really frustrated that Outlook 2007 Calendar doesn't show all the

appointments I have when PRINTED. I know I can see them on the screen by

switching to Day or Week View, but what I need is a calendar that I can

physically carry around with me that shows all of my appointments.

Why have a calendar that doesn't seem to be able to perform the basic

functions that define a calendar: record all of my appointments so I can read

them.

Any work arounds?
 

Brian Tillman

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"kgduke" <kgduke> wrote in message

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> I too am really frustrated that Outlook 2007 Calendar doesn't show all the
> appointments I have when PRINTED. I know I can see them on the screen by
> switching to Day or Week View, but what I need is a calendar that I can
> physically carry around with me that shows all of my appointments.

> Why have a calendar that doesn't seem to be able to perform the basic
> functions that define a calendar: record all of my appointments so I can
> read
> them.


The Outlook Calendar Printing Assistant helps to address that. There are

other tools as well. Find many here:

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/

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jb

If you turn on the Navigation Pane to the left of the calendar

(View:Navigation Pane:Normal) then whatever weeks you highlight will be shown

on the large monthly calendar. You can choose between 1 and 6 weeks. The

less weeks you choose - the more appts/day you can see.

"" wrote:


> "kgduke" <kgduke> wrote in message
> news:A6482261-2771-417A-A9AF-436D0F508181@microsoft.com...
>
> >I too am really frustrated that Outlook 2007 Calendar doesn't show all the
> > appointments I have when PRINTED. I know I can see them on the screen by
> > switching to Day or Week View, but what I need is a calendar that I can
> > physically carry around with me that shows all of my appointments.
> > Why have a calendar that doesn't seem to be able to perform the basic
> > functions that define a calendar: record all of my appointments so I can
> > read
> > them.


> The Outlook Calendar Printing Assistant helps to address that. There are
> other tools as well. Find many here:
> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/
> >

> .
>
 
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