Printing a calendar?

I need to print November 8th to December 31st and get it on one page.  is it possible?
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treyjeffAsked:
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celticsCommented:
Not that I am aware of, at least with Outlook.
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NickRackhamCommented:
Definately not with O97 or O98.

Regards

Nick
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VinceACommented:
This is a stretch but you could try using the template here:http://www.slipstick.com/addins/gallery/index.htm#myolcal

If you use it to generate two one month calendars you could try to resize them to fit on one page. Like I said, it's a stretch for a solution but it might work...
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
It doesn't work, I guess it just isn't possible.
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NickRackhamCommented:
If all you want to do is produce a paper copy, You can take a screen shot of November, paste it into a word doc and then do the same for December. You should get bot screen shots on one piece of A4 (letter)

Does this help?

Nick
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NickRackhamCommented:
If all you want to do is produce a paper copy, You can take a screen shot of November, paste it into a word doc and then do the same for December. You should get bot screen shots on one piece of A4 (letter)

Does this help?

Nick
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NickRackhamCommented:
Automated Calendar Template for Word and Outlook
The automated calendar template creates Microsoft Outlook calendars in Word 97. The template contains Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macros that automatically take the data from Outlook and re-create your monthly calendar view in Word. After you use this template to re-create your calendar, you can print it from Word, with or without weekends, in either portrait or landscape orientation. You can also modify the document in Word.

http://officeupdate.microsoft.com/downloadDetails/olcalndr.htm?s=/downloadCatalog/dldoutlook.htm

I think this is the best you're going to get. It seems to be able to provide exactly what you want.

Regards

Nick
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
That doesn't work either, I guess it just can't be done right now.  Oh well.
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NickRackhamCommented:
treyjeff,

I tried after I posted my previous comment. It's Cr*p isn't it. Guess I shoud've tried it first.

Well the answer to your question is it can't be done.

Did you try screen shots? Sounds naff but it might be the only way.

Regards

Nick
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
I'm sure screen shots would work but I needed to find something that anyone could do.  The people that needed this don't have the time to learn what would be needed.
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
Nick, you tried hard, gave me a few ideas but the fact is, it just can't be done.  Screen shot pasting seems like the best idea so I decided to give you the points :)
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NickRackhamCommented:
Many Thanks.

Sometimes, It can't be done is the only answer. :o)
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