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How do I change font size in outlook 2013 calendar print out?

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I have two questions. First what I am trying to do is print a daily calendar out for a conference room in outlook 2013. Font size is very small. I tried using the print options, page setup and change appointments font size. This has not helped. How can I increase the font size for these appointments? Second question. How do I make the appointment time bold on printouts?
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The solution is outside Outlook probably...

You may read Outlook calendar by some Outlook API (e.g. Outlook Automation) and print it using report engine of your choice with your own custom formatting.

More info about Outlook extensibility is e.g. here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj900714(v=office.15).aspx
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Thanks for the reply and link. That is also what I was able to find.
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