In the Outlook Calendar, I can't print the page of details, I need this it for my business.
Marthe Lav commented
We need to print the details of each reservation in a day, but after 19:00, only the subject prints! We need the full schedule at all times for our work.
put back the print details option - users are unable to print their daily calendar events
Please please add the print details back (horizontal/vertical agenda). I use this at work for my weekly schedule. I am lost without it.
Mark Taylor commented
I like that you've put the agenda panel back. However, I still can't print details from the notes windows on events. You used to make it possible to print event details as well as the month. Please restore that utility!!!!
C FOX FREEMAN commented
What good is a calendar if you cannot make a record of it. You removed the print the details function which explains every entry.
Your update removed this extremely important feature. This must be reinstated ASAP. I have depended on your Outlook calendar for my record keeping instead of using another calendar format. Your changes are unwelcome and unnecessary--every time you change, they are needless and you take away the useful functions. Change it back to the original format and stop playing around with our records.
C FOX FREEMAN commented
Printing out the Details of the Monthly Outlook calendar is no more an option since you made the changes as of Jan. 2019..
I own the data and I should be able to print out or save to a PDF my data.
I use the online version of Outlook and what Microsoft has done since Jan 2019, is lock out its users from accessing this data in print or file format that are not Outlook 365 subscription purchasers.
I think you, Microsoft, you know exactly where I am going with that. I repeat, you are not allowing user access to one's own data in a reasonable, accessible manner that was cut off by you without notice or warning notwithstanding that the product was always held to provide these functions. To the user's detriment I relied on Outlook to calendar instead of one of your competitors products. Furthermore, this is recent, the beginning of Year 2019. You, Microsoft, allowed access in this manner where users depended in this, to their detriment, since their data is organized on your product which you chipped away at by recently making it accessible by online only for what was free access for years. Now, your subscription based Outlook 365 is pushed along with your Azure Cloud and support dropping out of Windows 7 users by 2021.
As Microsoft, Google and Facebook has found out from regulators and from Congressional oversight, do not mess with data privacy, security, and who uses it and for what purpose and also ones ready access to one's own data which cannot be cut off at the whim of the provider's personal gain.
I am allowing you to hear my grievance first and allowing a reasonable amount of time for your software engineers to re-instate the change back to allowing one to print out or save as a file their daily entries categorized by month.
I am contacting you in the forum pursuant to Microsoft support suggestion as copied below:
Outlook.com Support <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thu 3/14/2019 11:17 AM
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March 14, 2019, 16:17 +0000
I'm Kenneth and I will be your Expert Email Advisor. Allow me to take a look and provide some intervention to your concern.
To be honest with you, that option is no longer available, however they are still updating the calendar and I hope they will re-add the print details option.
I really appreciate your insights and suggestion on how Microsoft can improve the products and I can understand where you are coming from as there might be a little inconvenience with regards to this concern. I would also be needing your help upon creating a feedback on this concern. Please feel free to post this idea on our forums. This will increase visibility to customers and engineers alike. Here’s the link: http://outlook.uservoice.com.
The good thing in posting your opinion on that page, is to let the Outlook.com engineers the customer side and comments of the feature or functionalities of Outlook.com.
Again, I apologize and I hope this would not take against me as I am most willing to assist you with you concern.
Have a wonderful day!
Kenneth V., Outlook.com Support
March 14, 2019, 15:34 +0000
need this for daily use as well,