Synchronised mobile devices notwithstanding, sometimes you need a hard copy of your calendar for planning meetings and other events. Outlook 2007 offers a handful of printout styles and lets you customise them, but if the options don't meet your needs, then the Calendar Printing Assistant for Outlook 2007 might be worth a look. The free Office add-in offers dozens of basic styles and paper types to meet all kinds of printing needs. One other useful option for office workers: the ability to print multiple shared calendars at once. Calendar Printing Assistant for Outlook 2007 is a free download for Windows users, requires Outlook 2007 and .NET Framework 3.0.
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