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Hi

I have my own calendar and 2 other shared calendar, i would like to print all three in the page one over the other, like a UNION calendar, so i can see what is happening during the week,
how can i get this done?
I am using Microsoft Outlook 2007.

please explain
thanks
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You should be able to open all three calendars and then right click on your main calendar. Select view in Overlay mode. This will show the details of all three on one. Then you can print that calendar in overlay mode and have all the information on one page.
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