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MS Outlook 2003 Calendar printing format differs slightly from 2000 printing

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MS Outlook 2003 Calendar printing format differs slightly from 2000 printing:

In 2000, printing the monthly view gives an inverted (black w/ white text) for the events with no time specified.
In 2003, these same events with no time specified print as outlines (eg, a hairline box around black text).
This is a small difference, but it's driving my user crazy!  Any way to fix this?

I cannot customize the 'colors' in Outlook... I tried that avenue already (there is a preset palate)  

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Go back to Office 2003.

Otherwise, download a calendar printing tool that allows you to print Calendars in a view that you would like:
http://www.slipstick.com/addins/calendar_print.asp
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* Go back to Office 2000
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