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Changing the size of an appointment's text box on the SBS 2003 vacation calendar

Posted on 2008-06-10
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Hello Experts,

Im running SBS 2003 and we are using the calendar on the company home page.  When we change the view in the calendar to the daily view, the text box for each appointment only shows about 50 characters of text.  It does this when viewing the calendar via Internet Explorer and when we print the days appointments.  Is there a way to change the size of the appointment text box so we can see all the details?

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Nick
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I've not seen an easy way to do this in SharePoint 2.0.  You can, however, link the calendar to Outlook, and then print from Outlook.  This will provide you with more options, including how much of the detail is printed.

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