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Printing Outlook 2010 Calendar Object

Printing Outlook 2010 Calendar Object

Printing Outlook 2010 Calendar Object

(OP)
Good afternoon and a Happy New year to you all!! smile

I'll be back at work tomorrow and our Deputy Chief operating Officer wants to know the schedule of all our meetings. I didn't set this up and don't fully understand what it is but it is a Public Object that shows all the meetings. The trouble for me is that there only appears to be a certain cell size and therefore I can't see all the text, including sometimes the room in which the meeting occurs. We have a 5 week rolling schedule so I think that January will be a good one to capture all the options. Is there any way to copy each week and paste into Excel?

Any suggestions please.

Many thanks,
D€$

RE: Printing Outlook 2010 Calendar Object

(OP)
Just got back in and it's actually a Public Folder - if that makes any difference.

Many thanks,
D€$

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