Outlook 2007 Tri Fold Printing - Issues

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Adam

Hi,

I just upgraded to Outlook 2007 from 2003. I used to print a tri-fold

calendar every week, with the weekly schedule on the left, TaskPad in the

middle, and a monthly calendar on the right.

With 2007, the monthly calendar on the right does not include any times for

meetings. I have even reduced the font size to 2 and it still doesn't help.

Also, is there a way to remove/combine weekend days like in 2003? At this

point, in both the weekly and monthly trifold print, they are included. In

2003, they would be included in a single/combined box.

Any help greatly appreciated!

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Brian Tillman

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"Adam" <Adam> wrote in message

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> I just upgraded to Outlook 2007 from 2003. I used to print a tri-fold
> calendar every week, with the weekly schedule on the left, TaskPad in the
> middle, and a monthly calendar on the right.

> With 2007, the monthly calendar on the right does not include any times for
> meetings. I have even reduced the font size to 2 and it still doesn't help.


Times can be included only when there's enough screen real estate to show

them. Calendar printing is bad enough in Outlook 2007 that Microsoft produced

a "Calendar Printing Assistant" to cope with some of the deficiencies. There

are Word templates that can be used as well. See

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


> Also, is there a way to remove/combine weekend days like in 2003? At this
> point, in both the weekly and monthly trifold print, they are included. In
> 2003, they would be included in a single/combined box.


That feature was removed because it was not compatible with the calendar

overlays that were introduced.

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Adam Thomas

Outlook 2007 Tri Fold Calendar Printing

Thanks for the reply, Brian.

I have reduced the font to 2, and it still does not show the times in the monthly calendar view, although at 2 font, it shows the entire entry. I think is has something to do with the weekends showing up on the monthly view. I checked the option to not print weekends, but it doesn't seem to matter in the trifold view.

I tried the calendar printing assistant, but it was no help. Without the ability to modify their templates, it was useless.

Any other suggestions? I am so frustrated that I am considering downgrading back to 2003.wrote:

Times can be included only when there is enough screen real estate to showthem.

28-Jan-10

Times can be included only when there is enough screen real estate to show

them. Calendar printing is bad enough in Outlook 2007 that Microsoft produced

a "Calendar Printing Assistant" to cope with some of the deficiencies. There

are Word templates that can be used as well. See

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

That feature was removed because it was not compatible with the calendar

overlays that were introduced.

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Brian Tillman

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Re: Outlook 2007 Tri Fold Calendar Printing

<Adam Thomas> wrote in message news:201029153542adamt@legalzoom.com...


> I have reduced the font to 2, and it still does not show the times in the
> monthly calendar view, although at
> 2 font, it shows the entire entry. I think is has something to do with the
> weekends showing up on the
> monthly view. I checked the option to not print weekends, but it doesn't
> seem to matter in the trifold
> view.


I'm not sure why you posted this again in a new thread. if the Calendar

Printing Assistant doesn't help, then one of the other tools seems your only

choice.

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Adam

Thanks for the reply, Brian.

I reduced the font size to 2, but that didn't work. The whole appt showed

up, but it was centered and still contained no appt times. Certainly, there

was enought space at 2 font size to include the appt times. Can the trifold

template be modified? I have a hard time believing that 2007 has such less

printing functionality that 2003! Had I know this, I would not have

upgraded...

Any other suggestions are greatly appreciated...

"" wrote:


> "Adam" <Adam> wrote in message
> news:67D12012-CD77-4EA9-939C-DBAF1C77B584@microsoft.com...
>
> > I just upgraded to Outlook 2007 from 2003. I used to print a tri-fold
> > calendar every week, with the weekly schedule on the left, TaskPad in the
> > middle, and a monthly calendar on the right.
> > With 2007, the monthly calendar on the right does not include any times for
> > meetings. I have even reduced the font size to 2 and it still doesn't help.


> Times can be included only when there's enough screen real estate to show
> them. Calendar printing is bad enough in Outlook 2007 that Microsoft produced
> a "Calendar Printing Assistant" to cope with some of the deficiencies. There
> are Word templates that can be used as well. See
> http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar-tools-addins/calendar-printing-tools-for-outlook/
>
> > Also, is there a way to remove/combine weekend days like in 2003? At this
> > point, in both the weekly and monthly trifold print, they are included. In
> > 2003, they would be included in a single/combined box.


> That feature was removed because it was not compatible with the calendar
> overlays that were introduced.
> >

> .



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