Outlook Contacts and Monthy Calendar into Circa Junior?

I am trying to figure out how I can print my Outlook Contacts list in such a way that it will be double-sided and able to fit into my newly acquired Circa Junior notebook.

Likewise, can anybody tell me if/how I can print out a month of my Outlook calendar in such a way that it's 2 pages? I.e., Sunday-Tuesday is on the left side of the page and Wednesday-Saturday is on the right side of the page? Again, I'm hoping for this to be printable in such a way that I can have it double sided so that I can have a section with monthly calendars, a section with contacts, etc.

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Outlook 2003 printing


I just peeked in Outlook 2003. When you're viewing the Contacts list, you can select File/Page Setup and set up the print job you want. It's got various 'booklet' layouts and you can select any page size you want.

I'm not quite sure what size a Circa Junior is, but I think it's close to half a letter-size or A4 sheet. If it's not exact, then you might have to do some fiddling with your paper size and margins and whatnot. But in the booklet layouts, there's 1/2 sheet, 1/4 sheet, 1/8 sheet, so you should be able to do a 1/2 sheet booklet layout double-sided to get something like what you want.

I haven't actually done this, so I can't give you click-by-click instructions, but it appears to be there.

Likewise, when viewing the Calendar, the page setup will allow a 'monthly' format that is 2-pages per month. Again you'd have to fiddle with your page sizes if a Junior isn't exactly half a sheet.

The 2003 version does appear to have some paper layouts/sizes for Franklin and Day Timer, but not Circa. So you'll have to measure and fiddle, but it doesn't look too painful, honestly. I'm actually impressed with what I see in there now that I look around. :)

I do not think Outlook 2000 had quite as much cool stuff in it, but I never looked.


Printing my calendar

Ok, I can't force outlook to print what I want - any suggestions? I have recently got access to a printer that will print double sided, and I would love to make use of it.
Currently I print 1/4 page booklet on A4, single sided and chop and arrange it to suit.

I want:
double sided
quarter page
weekly - two page to a view
To see the entire week at one opening.

Outlook is printing this with monday-weds on one side, and thurs to sunday on the other side.

Any help would be great!

I'm afraid...

you may be out of luck. Outlook lets you customize to a certain degree, but I don't think you can get so far as to specify how the week gets broken up over 2 pages. Yet another of the wonderful Microsoft limitations...




I poked around for a while, but I can't find any way to change the mondays to the other side of the page. Looks like you're stuck with the way you found.


I think its possible

Click on the "Tools" menu, then "Options," then "Calendar Options." At least in Outlook 2003, you can chose whichever day you would like to be the first day of the week. I would mess around with that a little bit.

I have wasted a lot of time, paper, and ink trying to get my Outlook information to print out in a way I could include it in a planner. Never had too much luck with it though. Let me know if you figure it out.


How about indirectly ?

If you cannot get Outlook to do what you want, can you export the appropriate information in a form that could be picked up by another utility and displayed ?

I'm a Mac person, so I do not "do" Outlook.
"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Not tried it

I've not tried any of them, but have you looked at The Calendar Tools for Microsoft Outlook. The page is a list of available tools. Under the heading Print there are several interesting possibilities.

Good luck and do let us know what works for you.