Printing from Advanced Find in Outlook 2007

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If I go to Tools - Instant Search - Advanced Find, then choose Appointments

and Meetings in the Look For: dropdown, and select Find Now, then do a Print

or Print Preview, it just displays a blank page with all of the header info,

but none of the meetings. This worked on Outlook 2003, and I've tried

switching to a few different printers to rule out a printer issue. I have

not seen anything on this on the web. The strange thing is that it seems

like it works the first time for a user, but then after that will not. Is

anyone else experiencing this?
 
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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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Office 365 Exchange
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It's a bug in 2007. I'm surprised it worked the first time a user tried it.

You can select the list, copy/paste and print from notepad, word, or excel

(use paste special, as text). See

http://www.slipstick.com/tutorial/no-export-way-to-use-outlook-data/

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> If I go to Tools - Instant Search - Advanced Find, then choose
> Appointments
> and Meetings in the Look For: dropdown, and select Find Now, then do a
> Print
> or Print Preview, it just displays a blank page with all of the header
> info,
> but none of the meetings. This worked on Outlook 2003, and I've tried
> switching to a few different printers to rule out a printer issue. I have
> not seen anything on this on the web. The strange thing is that it seems
> like it works the first time for a user, but then after that will not. Is
> anyone else experiencing this?
 
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#3
It is the same problem here since SP 2 is installed. Using Win XP Prof SP 3

with Microsoft Office and Exchance 2007
 
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Paul NL

#4
Paul NL,

Same problem, No fix? I used it fine last Month, Likely an update problem?

Tried System Restore, No Luck.

"AKM" wrote:


> If I go to Tools - Instant Search - Advanced Find, then choose Appointments
> and Meetings in the Look For: dropdown, and select Find Now, then do a Print
> or Print Preview, it just displays a blank page with all of the header info,
> but none of the meetings. This worked on Outlook 2003, and I've tried
> switching to a few different printers to rule out a printer issue. I have
> not seen anything on this on the web. The strange thing is that it seems
> like it works the first time for a user, but then after that will not. Is
> anyone else experiencing this?
 
#5
Diane,

Until recently, I have successfully printed customized, sorted Advanced

Search results either the enitre list, or selected items, e. g. 'by month'.

But I started having problems several months ago. We have all recent critial

and recommended updates; and just finished 'restoring Index files' and

defragmenting our HD, without success.

We have heavily relied on MS Outlook as a valuable business tool, for our

Time Cards, and are at a standstill with the current 'bug'. We have printed

rich text files, but they ar too tedious to decifer. We now will try your

helpful suggestion.

Thanks,

DS

Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:


> It's a bug in 2007. I'm surprised it worked the first time a user tried it.
> You can select the list, copy/paste and print from notepad, word, or excel
> (use paste special, as text). See
> http://www.slipstick.com/tutorial/no-export-way-to-use-outlook-data/

> >

>

>

> "AKM" <AKM> wrote in message
> news:3ADB75E7-9702-4F21-999C-42C582427D52@microsoft.com...
> > If I go to Tools - Instant Search - Advanced Find, then choose
> > Appointments
> > and Meetings in the Look For: dropdown, and select Find Now, then do a
> > Print
> > or Print Preview, it just displays a blank page with all of the header
> > info,
> > but none of the meetings. This worked on Outlook 2003, and I've tried
> > switching to a few different printers to rule out a printer issue. I have
> > not seen anything on this on the web. The strange thing is that it seems
> > like it works the first time for a user, but then after that will not. Is
> > anyone else experiencing this?

>
 
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