18. Printing

Although Outlook is primarily an electronic personal information manager, at times you’ll need to print out messages, appointments, or tasks.

Outlook supports the calendar and contact formats used by popular planners, including Day-Timer, Day Runner, and Franklin Planner, using a wide range of paper sizes and layouts.

Printing Basics

Outlook doesn’t offer a lot of print options; in fact, many people consider Outlook’s printing capabilities primitive and limited. There are two basic print styles for all Outlook items: Table Style and Memo Style, with additional print layouts available for Calendar and ...

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