Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing a calendar
Sometimes, you might find it convenient to print a day, week, month, or other period
of your calendar—for instance, if you’re traveling without a laptop or want to have your
weekly schedule quickly available in your briefcase. You can easily print any time period
of your calendar. The amount of detail that appears depends on the period you print
and the print style you choose.
Outlook offers several built-in print styles, and you can create others if you want. The
available print styles vary based on what view you’re in when you choose the Print command.
The default print styles include the following:
Daily Style Prints the selected date range with one day per page. Printed elements
include the date, day, TaskPad, reference calendars for the current and upcoming
months, a breakdown of working hours in 30-minute blocks, and an area for notes.
Weekly Agenda Style Prints the selected date range with one calendar week per
page, including reference calendars for the selected and following month.
Weekly Calendar Style Prints the selected date range with one calendar week per
page. Each page includes date range and time increments for working hours, and
reference calendars for the selected and following month.
Monthly Style Prints a page for each month in the selected date range. Each page
includes the selected month with a few days showing from the previous and
subsequent months, along with reference calendars for the selected and following month.
Tri-fold Style Prints a page for each day in the selected date range. Each page
includes the daily schedule, weekly schedule, and TaskPad.
Calendar Details Style Lists your appointments for the selected date range, in
addition to the accompanying appointment details.
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You can select the date or range of dates to be printed and modify the page setup options
to it your needs.
 
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