Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing Your Journal
Figure 10-11:
A Journal
entry with
a shortcut
to an e-mail
message
attached in
the text box.
Task subject
Task icon
Printing Your Journal
I can’t explain why, but I just don’t get a complete picture from information
on a screen. I still like to print my work on paper to see what I’ve done.
You, too, can print your Journal (or parts of it) to see recent or upcoming
activities. Stick it on the wall where you can look at it often.
To print your Journal, follow these steps:
1. With the Journal open, click the entries you want to print.
If you select nothing, you print the entire list. Also, if you use one of the
views I describe later in this chapter (Timeline, Entry List, Phone Calls,
or Last 7 Days) or even create your own view by grouping, sorting, or
filtering, what you see is what you print.
2. Click the File tab and choose Print (or press Ctrl+P).
The Print dialog box appears (as shown in Figure 10-12).
By the way, Memo is the only print style. Memo style prints the contents
of your Journal entries, with each item appearing as a separate memo.
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