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How do I print large "C" format (18 by 24 inches) Outlook calendrs on HP Designjet?

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How do I print large "C" format (18 by 24 inches) Outlook calendrs on HP Designjet?
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From Outlook Calendar, select File -> Print like normal.  When the print dialogue box comes up, select the plotter.  Then click on the Properties button.  This brings up the Properties window.  Here click on the Paper/Quality tab.  Letter is most likely your default print size.  Click the dropdown.  Large "C" format may be listed here (it wasn't on our plotter).  If it is not listed there, click on "More", you can then select the "C" format to print.
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