Calendar template with Compressed Weekend

Posted on 2011-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I understand that MS did away with being able to print monthly calendar views with compressed weekends, due to overlay.

But I am having a hard time finding a template that I can use to due that.

Does anyone have a calendar template or link to a site that will give me 2011 Monthly views with the weekends compressed. So Sat/Sun is one box?

Thanks - SJMP
Question by:sparkis
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    Expert Comment

    This is funny. I cannot quickly find a template like that.
    However, I could make one using the calendar start with Monday.

    I go to the following site to get the calendar template.

    I combine the Sat and Sun using &. I just need to remove the original saturday and sunday columns to finish the calendar. I hope this help.
    Please see the picture.

    Accepted Solution

    I ended up install 2003 on a machine and printing next 5years to a adobe PDF that can be used as as master.
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    Oh ha ha. I guess that works too.
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    Expert Comment

    I don't have 2010 to reference, but for anyone who has - Does Outlook still include a print style for Franklin Planner?  That should print with compressed weekend days.

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    only thing that actually worked

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