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Q1:I want to print appointment details in a monthly calendar. Is there a way to do it?
A1: The Monthly calendar style is somewhat limited in functionality and as you've discovered, it doesn't include calendar details. However, Microsoft has a Word template that includes the appointment subject and location you can use. Because it's a Word document, you can adjust the size of the cells before printing it.

An added benefit to using this template is that it creates calendar thumbnails for last month and next month, whereas Outlook uses this month and next month for its calendar thumbnails.

Because you can insert background images before printing or fill cells with a background color, this template makes an excellent choice when you need to print a calendar for clubs or organizations.

Download the template from http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/olcalndr.aspx.

Q2:I'd like to remove the name that prints at the top of my email. Where does it get the name from?
A2: Sorry, no. You can't remove it for the normal printout. Use Word as your email editor, choose the Forward command to open a new message, and then print it—the header isn't added to the message. This also enables you to remove long lists of To and CC addresses. When you use the Outlook editor, the header is added when you print from a compose message form.

The name printed in the header is your display name on the account. Look in Tools, E-mail Accounts to change it. However, Outlook won't allow the display name to be blank.


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