Microsoft Outlook 2007 is not designed to print multiple calendars. There is a Microsoft tool that can be installed should you need to print multiple calendars.
Obtaining and installing the software
- Go to the Microsoft Calendar Printing Assistant for Outlook 2007 page and save the executable file on to your machine.
Before you start the installation make sure that Outlook is not open. Run the
CalendarPrintingAssistant.exefrom where you saved the downloaded file.
Accept the Software License Terms
Continue. The program will now install and when finished will show the following screen:
How to print multiple calendars using Calendar Printing Assistant:
- Open the Calendar Printing Assistant. If Outlook client is not running, it will open and prompt you to login.
To open Calendar Printing Assistant click on
[Microsoft Office Tools]>
[Calendar Printing Assistant]:
When the tool is open, it will look like this:
Next step is to select a Template from the menu to the right. In our example we have chosen the
Day with 5 Day Columns Lettertemplate:
After opening a new template, you need to select the calendars you want to print. Click on the down arrow next to
View Templatesto open the menu:
[Calendars and Tasks]to show a listing of available items:
You can select your own calendars and tasks or other calendars/task lists that you have been granted access to.
After selecting the additional calendars, you may want to un-tick default
Click on the
1. Where next?
Now that you have seen how to use calendars with Outlook 2007 you may like to have a look at some other Nexus features:
- Nexus Email
- Nexus Contacts and Address Books
- Nexus Calendar
- Nexus Tasks
- Delegating access to email, calendar and other Nexus features
If you have any problems, in the first instance you should contact your local (College or Department) IT staff. If they cannot help then please contact the IT Services Help Centre for further assistance.