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Printing calendar to daytimer paper

By jmount ·
I am trying to print my outlook calendar in daily style (1 page per day) to pre-punched Day-Timer junior desk paper.the paper is laid out so that if you are looking at it in landscape mode,it has holes along the left side, a perforation in the middle,and holes immediately to the right of the perforation. Outlook has an option for the Day-Timer paper that I am using, but it doesn't put the pages in the correct order on the paper in duplex mode. If I tear out the pages when i am done printing, they are out of order to put them in a binder (page one is where page 2 should be etc. etc....) Basically, if both sets of holes were in the center, everything would line up correctly. is there any way to set up a custom print order for pages in a booklet style from within Outlook or an inexpensive add on print manager that anyone knows of?

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by jmount In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

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by mcarswell In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

I do not know what type of printer you are printing to, but on a HP 5si you need to go under File, print, printer properties. [Layout] Orintation = Landscape,
Printon both sides (duplexing)= Flip on Short Edge,

If you print to orintation = portrait
Set duplexing to print on long edge. You will get a promt that says "some of settings that you have changed will not work in outlook. To control the print settings in outlook, Use the page setup dailog box. go in to the page setup dialog box and choose the orintation and go to print preview and you will notice that tha pages are not in order.. This should do the job trust me..

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by mcarswell In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

If ypou tell me what type of printer you are using I could give you more detail on how to get this to work..

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by jmount In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

I tried this, but It didn't work. I am using an HP 4050 printer with a duplexer and the latest drivers off the net for the HP printer. I appreciate the suggestion.sorry I didn't respond sooner, but I've been out a few days.

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by rraheb In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

You can try to print the ODD pages and then take the paper and then print EVEN pages on the same paper.

Hope this helps you out,

Best Regards,

Rafik El-Raheb.

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by jmount In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

if it was my printer I think that this would work, but it is my CEO's and he said that the whole reason he bought the duplex unit for the printer is that he doesn't want to have to handle the paper twice.however I appreciate the thought.

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by Bill_H In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

I don't know what version of Outlook you are using...the following procedure will work for Outlook 2000.

1) In outlook, set the calendar view to "Month".

2) Navigate to File\Print (or press Ctrl-P).

3) In the "Print" dialog, select the correct printer, and click on the "Properties" button.

4) In the "Document Properties" dialog box, select the "Landscape" and "Flip on Short Edge" options, and then click on "OK".

5) In "Print Styles", select "Daily Style".

6) Click on "Page Setup".

7) In the "Page Setup" dialog box, click on the "Paper" tab.

Do one of the following:

a) In "Paper Type:", select "Letter"; in "Page Size:", select "Day-Timer Junior Desk".

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b) In "Paper Type:", select "Avery 41-357"; in "Page Size:", select "Day-Timer Junior Desk".

9) Click on "Print Preview" to verify the setup.

10) Click on "Print".

The difference in 8a and 8b above is in how the pages are ordered. The printed output covers a span of five weeks and includes days in the previous and following months, as necessary. This results in a total of 35 days. With duplex printing, and two days to each side of a page, that equals 18 pages - with one half-page blank. This half-page is printed on the front of the *first* page if you choose step 8a above; the blank half-page is printed on the back of the *last* page if you choose step 8b.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me through the Peer Directory.

Hope this helps...

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by jmount In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

tried this and it didn't work. thanks for the thought though. I'm sorry I haven't responded sooner.

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by jessie In reply to Printing calendar to dayt ...

Have you tried the simple task of reverse print order on you printer settings

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