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I use Outlook 2003. Click Calendars. Click Calendars in Personal Folders. I geta calendar faorm that begins with Monday December 1 and ends 5 columns down and ends with January 5 Saturday and Sunday January 6, but when I print there is a 6th column dates blank.

I want to use this calendar but I need to make it smaller. Helpful to eliminate 6th blank column. Also any way to make it smaller? I've tried all I can find, no luck.  
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by:Mob-bom
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Hi wmyron

Are you trying to print a week calendar smaller?  If so, have you tried modifying the default print styles?  You can change the font, choose not to print weekends and the like.  Print > Print Styles > Define Styles> Edit... >
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by:sunray_2003
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Do you have your weekends compressed ? Because with sat and sun compressed , I have a calendar starting
with dec 1 (2003) and ends with jan 4/5 (sat and sunday) which is at the end of 5th column..

Also before printing do this . go to file --> page setup ---> monthly  style and

uncheck " Dont print weekends"
and
check " print exactly one month per page"

Sunray
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by:wmyron
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I guess I was not clear. I need to print on a 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet of paper a calendar that measures, say, 5 X 6 but with all squares for 30 or 31 days. Yes, font can be smaller, squares can be smaller. This way I can cut edges off and have a sheet that when folded in thirds can fit in my pocket convienently.

I will if possible invcrease points to be awarded to 1000.  I will be in the hospital 'till Monday when I can accept anwer or not or try to explain better what I need.
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Try this:

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by:Mob-bom
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When you go to print, it sounds like it is only printing a weekly view.  You should be able to select Monthly View (or something similar, not familiar with 2003).  If you want weekends, make sure the it is uncheck to not print weekends.  Also, verify that you have the correct time span so that you only show December on one page as oppsed to part of November or January.
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by:wmyron
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I happened to print a smaller calendar by changing the size of print on the print menu and changing the fonts size. Unfortuneately I could not change a line of print if it now extended beyoynd the square.

Finally went back to my old pim in WORD-more work, etc. but gets job done the way I need it. Thanks for your help-I think you need more experience in 2003.
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