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Changing the print style in the attendee status view

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Is it possible to change the print style in the calander, meeting request, attendee status view. I want to print out all of the people who responded and their status.
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Here's a workaround:

Q195912 OL2000: Cannot Print Attendance Status of Meeting Invitees
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q195/9/12.asp
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