Print exact range of weeks of Calendar, Outlook 2013

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skylark53

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Does anyone know how to print an exact range of weeks of one's Calendar? I am going mad here; have tried all possible combinations of settings (including "print exactly one month") but Outlook stubbornly persists in printing its own range of weeks. See attached, cal_outcome.jpg, which is the only printout I can obtain. Examples calendar settings also attached (cal_settings.jpg).
It used to be trivially easy with Outlook 2003, which printed whatever range of dates you asked for.
What I want to print is the four weeks shown in blue in cal_wish.jpg, i.e. Mon 3 Mar to Sun 30 Mar inclusive. All / any help appreciated!
 

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Diane Poremsky

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That looks correct, because exactly 1 month will include dates from the previous and next months, to fill out the week. The monthly calendar will also always print 4 - 6 weeks and fill in with additional dates. You'd need to use a weekly printout to restrict it to single weeks.

Were you selecting 2 weeks in the Outlook 2003 calendar and printing? They broke that trick in Outlook 2007 - you can't print partial months like that any more.
 

skylark53

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Thanks for your reply, Diane. What I want, for most months, is a landscape A4 page with four weeks on it, as in cal_wish.jpg. Occasionally a month will need 5 weeks. I don't care if a day or two are missing at start or end of the month, because those days will have been or will included in the previous / next month's printout. From what you're saying, though, that's now impossible. It seems to me like such a simple and useful thing to be able to do! Human lives don't necessarily run acording to lunar rhythms. ;)
 

skylark53

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Thanks! I will have a look at these.
 
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