How do I make the "Task Subject "column wider in Outlook To Do Printout

Posted on 2009-12-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
How do I make the "Task Subject "column appear wider in my Outlook 2007 when I print the "To Do" BAr".

Right now the column is very narrow. See attached. Even if I expand it on the screen it still prints it out narrow as you see on the attachment.
Question by:mfriend
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    There is no way to make this change natively.  I tried going the route of using the Calendar Print Wizard (MS add on), but it didn't have the granularity you were looking for.  Your options are third party software or a customized form view, neither of which I can really help you with.  Sorry.


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    Can anyone help me create a customized form view?
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    It cannot be done is a legitimit answer.

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