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How to print Month Calendar with Saturday/Sunday at full size

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While I am able to configure the Microsoft Outlook's Calendar Month VIEW to display Saturday / Sunday weekends as a full day (instead of the default conpressed half days), I can't get MS Outlook to print a month that way. Is there a way to do this or an add-in?
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Greetings, vamail2 !

Change the first day of the week or unselect the Compress Weekend so the month only spans 5 weeks.
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/wrongdate.htm


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Thanks!!1
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