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After doing an Instant Search in the Outlook 2010 calendar, a user wants to print only the search results in Table Style. She stated this was working last week.
When she selects Table Style to print, she gets this attached notice. When she clicks on the Preview button as shown in the attached file, it shows all of her calendar entries instead of just her search results.
I have tried these switches /cleanviews /cleanfinders /resetnavpane /resetfolders.
I have also tried different views.
If she manually selects all of the search results, then selects print only selected rows, it works.
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Try this to print a list of items resulting from a search:

1.  First you click on "view" and select "change view"
2.  Then you select "list"
3.  That will bring up a list of all items posted on your calendar, you'll get everything, so don't be alarmed by what appears.
4.  In the search box, type the word you want to use to perform the search.
5.  A list of results will appear with the specific search word "highlighted" in each line.
6.  Click "print"
7.  Click "table style"
8.  Click "preview"
9.  The preview should reveal a list of items on one page, not individual pages
10. Click "print"

The key to make this work, is to change the view first, and then perform the search.

After you have finished printing, remember to select "view" then "change view" and select "calendar" to return your calendar to the way you had it set up previously.
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