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Calendar printing issues (there is no word wrap)

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    When I view the Calendar in "month" view, there is no word wrapping. Thus, each entry or appointment (whatever you call it) is cut off when it reaches the right side of the box. So I have to hover the cursor over each appointment to read the full appointment. That's acceptable.
     But when I try to print the Calendar, it prints exactly as it appears. How can I enable word wrapping when I print so that I can read the entire appointments on the print-out?
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Hello john8217,

Here is a solution for Outlook 2007 calendar printing
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/32092009/how-can-i-wrap-text-in-ou.aspx

Hope this helps!
war1
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