Make Outlook 2007 weekly calendar look like Outlook 2003? (block vs columns)

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Outlook 2007's 7-day week view looks like this; each day has its own vertical column:

Is there any way at all to make it look like Outlook 2003's 7-day week view, which looks like this (where each day gets its own big block of space):

I've tried everything I can think of under View > Current view, and changing between Week and Work Week. 2007 insists on columns for everything.
Question by:pc3000
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    Accepted Solution

    Sorry you cannot, this is Outlook 2007's Calendar format.

    If your wanting to print them out, you could use the Calendar Printing Assistant:


    Author Comment

    Office 2007 strikes again. But thank you for the printing tip...I'll pass it along to the user.

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