Option to print Overlay Calendars in Microsoft Outlook 2016
Option to print Overlay Calendars in Microsoft Outlook 2016 would be beneficial.
Chris Thoma commented
Please allow me to print overlay calendars as I see them on my screen. If I can see it on my screen, I should be able to put it on paper. Thanks!
Why can I not print multiple calendars in overlay mode as I see them on my screen. This is so frustrating!!! I have waited for years hoping Microsoft will fix this but to no avail!
Microsoft: absolutely absurd to eliminate the feature of printing more than one calendar since you allow the option to have more than one calendar in the first place. Also what use is it to tell me I have 3+ more entries for a day but I cant print them to see what they are? What happened to 'what you see is what you get'?
I need to be able to print work and personal calendars in the same page
PRINT MULTIPLE CALENDARS IN OVERLAY VIEW IN OFFICE 2016. THIS MAKES THE WHOLE SYSTEM SUB PAR COMPARED TO OTHER ANTIQUATED CALENDARS.
Neil Lesser commented
I've just learned something from my Level 3 tech support rep today that corrected the problems I was having printing calendar entries in Outlook 365 originating both in Outlook as well as my iPhone and iPad Informant App. Important: Select only the Apple iCloud calendar on the Outlook Calendar Page. Enter all entries on that calendar if you want to see it also on your iPhone and iPad. Doing this resolve my issue getting Outlook 365 running on Outlook Pro to print a month's calendar's entries.
Jacob Freeman commented
I really like to have the tri-fold printout of my calendar with me during the day so I have an analog version of my calendar with the day's tasks etc. It would be great if I could have this automatically printed for me every day at a certain time! I tried to research how to have it done in VBA but was unsuccessful.
Andrea Allred commented
Please add the ability to print a calendar based on all selected calendars I can view! It is a pain and need to print 1 calendar with all events that I can see. If I can see it one view it should be able to print in one view.
Office Manager commented
I use Microsoft office 365 for work, and was EXTREMELY disappointed that I couldn't print overlay calendars. Google calendars can figure this out, and so can iCal -- both of which I use personally.
Here is yet another reason why I don't use Microsoft for personal use. Very disappointed.
I am trying to convert our company to use Microsoft Business Office. One of the requirements is that we should be able to print all calendars from Outlook in one view. Unfortunately, this is not applicable.
It's very hard for me to convince an entire team to switch over when simple tasks such as this cannot be accomplished.
As of now, they are still not convinced despite everything else Microsoft Office has to offer.
It would be VERY helpful for those of us with more than one outlook account, to be able to print ALL the calendars overlaid. Being able to view them, but not print them is VERY frustrating and seems nonsensical-if I can overlay them to see the full calendar, why wouldn't you also enable me to be able to print what I see? Thanks for making this important upgrade!
not only benefical but necessary to print all calendars in one sheet
Pat Snyder commented
this is a must that must be fixed, it seems that this is an important issue, one that the virtural agent could not fix and one issue that seems important. Please email if there is a soulution
When printing a single Monthly Calendar.
If the Calendar includes the last week from the prior month, or the first week for the next month.
Please print the appointments instead of leaving blank days.
it would be useful to print three months of a calendar on the same page. perhaps using the three parts leaflet format. but it doesn't work now.
Katherine Slaughter commented
Can I vote for this 100 times?
Pete Foster commented
When printing a monthly calendar in Outlook 2016, the two mini calendars shown are the current main monthly calendar and the next month, The mini calendars should be 1 month prior and 1 month following the month of the main month calendar.
This worked in previous version but no longer is available. Big problem. I need to be able to print what I see in Outlook overly view.
Steven Nidera commented
that would be GREAT.
Outlook 2016 needs a Calendar Printing Assistant so that multiple shared calendars may be printed on one page